This beautiful bracelet is emblematic of the evocative 1920s Egyptian Revival aesthetic.
This bracelet is constructed from silver and is stamped '935'. It features decorative silver links and panels enamelled with scenes from Ancient Egypt. It's possible to identify Gods, heiroglyphs, Pharaohs and a Sphinx. The bracelet fastens with a bolt ring and measures 21.5cm in length.
A Short History...
In 1922, Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun and, thereby, ignited a Western fascination with Ancient Egypt which permeated the Arts. Jewellery designers created heavily stylised profiles of people and hieroglyphs taken from tomb walls, as can be seen in this necklace. Reviving Egyptian motifs was a real 1920s celebration of adventure and breaking down cultural barriers.
Wear it With...
This bracelet looks elegant paired with denim.
1920s Egyptian Revival 935 Silver and Enamel Vintage Panel Bracelet
|Est. Tax:||We are unable to obtain a tax quote at this time.|
Shipping options to USA