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Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Torun Armring with Amethyst No 203
By Georg Jensen
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Torun Armring with Amethyst No 203. The Bangle has a diameter of about 6 cm / 2 23/64 in. Weighs 55 g / 1.95 oz.
Category

Mid-20th Century Modern Modern Bracelets

Materials

Amethyst, Sterling Silver

Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Torun Armring with Rutile Quartz No 203
By Georg Jensen
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Torun Armring with Rutile Quartz No 203. The armring has a diameter of approx. 6 cm / 2 23/64 in. Weighs 55 g / 1.95 oz.
Category

Mid-20th Century Modern Modern Bracelets

Materials

Quartz, Sterling Silver

Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Torun Armring No 205 with Pendant No 303
By Georg Jensen
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Torun Armring No 205 with Pendant No 303. From after 1945. Measures 7.5 cm / 2 61/64 in. x 6 cm / 2 23/64 in. dia. Weighs 20 g / 0.75 oz. Pendant is 3.5 ...
Category

Mid-20th Century Modern Modern Bracelets

Materials

Sterling Silver

Georg Jensen Torun Sterling Silver Armring no 204
By Georg Jensen
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Georg Jensen Torun Sterling Silver Armring no 204. The size is medium with means it is 17cm all around. Weight is 16,52 grams / 0.58 oz. Item no.: 435405
Category

Mid-20th Century Modern Modern Bracelets

Materials

Sterling Silver

Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Torun Armring with Rutile Quartz No 203
By Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Torun Armring with Rutile Quartz No 203. The armring has a diameter of approx. 6 cm / 2 23/64 in. Weighs 55 g / 1.95 oz.
Category

Mid-20th Century Modern Bangles

Materials

Quartz, Sterling Silver

Finding the Right Bracelets for You

Bracelets were among the jewels discovered to have been buried with Pharaoh Tutankhamun when his tomb was unearthed in 1922, and wrist and arm bracelets were allegedly worn by Queen Puabi in Sumer, southern Mesopotamia. But preceding the adornments of Ancient Egypt and elsewhere, the people of prehistoric times likely wore the decorative accessory, fashioning it from shells and fish bones. When the Bronze Age allowed for more durable materials and semi-precious stones to be incorporated into jewelry, bracelets became a treasured symbol of wealth.

In the thousands of years following the debut of the world’s first bracelets, the artistry behind this common accessory has only broadened, with designers at popular jewelry houses growing more venturesome over time. David Webb looked to nature for his Animal Kingdom bracelets, and for her best-selling bracelets and more at Tiffany & Co., Elsa Peretti would frequently do the same. From bangles to tennis bracelets, the modern age offers plenty of options. 

Internationally acclaimed bracelet designs have on occasion become powerful symbols of status, style and, in the case of Cartier's iconic design, love. The Cartier Love bracelet can be found on the wish list of most jewelry lovers and on the wrist of some of the world’s biggest stars. Its arrangement of mock screwheads and distinctive functionality — it was initially locked and unlocked with an accompanying vermeil screwdriver — is an enduring expression of loyalty, unity and romance. 

While the Love bracelet has played a role in the skyrocketing popularity of cuff-style bracelets, they are far from the only glamorous option for collectors. Make a statement with an Art Deco design, a style that sees all kinds of iterations fitted with studded cuffs, one-of-a-kind shapes and dazzling insets. A chunky gold piece in the Retro style will prove eye-catching and elevate any outfit. 

One of the best things about bracelets, however, is that you never have to choose just one. Style icon Jacqueline Kennedy stacked her Croisillon bracelets — designed by Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. — with such frequency that the ornate bangles were eventually dubbed “Jackie bracelets” by reporters. Contemporary silver pieces can easily complement each other, rendering a layering of luxury almost a necessity. 

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