Jugendstil Gilded 900 Silver Peridot & Pearl Bracelet by Heinrich Levinger (Item #AC-levingerbrac)
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Lovely Jugendstil secessionist gilded 900 silver peridot and pearl bracelet by Heinrich Levinger (Germany), circa 1910. It measures 7" around, and fastens with a push in clasp. The main element features a layered and cut out geometric design (similar to Kalo) with a light green stone (peridot?) in the center, surrounded by two small seed pearls above and below. It measures 5/8" across and 1 1/4" curved from left to right. There is a gold wash over the silver on the front & back. The bracelet links appear to be hollow, and fasten in the back with push in clasp, which has a safety chain. I am not sure if the links are original to the piece, but the two end links are fused to the main element, and it looks natural to me. The back is signed, 900 (for 900 silver; Sterling is 925), DEPOSE, and the Heinrich Levinger hallmark (H over L in a square). The bracelet is in very good condition with light wear from use. Heinrich Levinger jewelry is well made and extremely collectible, and signed pieces are difficult to find.