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Auction archive: Lot number 400

A tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl necklace by Ingeborg Bratman, composed …

Auction 08.06.2016
8 Jun 2016
Estimate
£100 - £150
ca. US$142 - US$213
Price realised:
£110
ca. US$156
Auction archive: Lot number 400

A tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl necklace by Ingeborg Bratman, composed …

Auction 08.06.2016
8 Jun 2016
Estimate
£100 - £150
ca. US$142 - US$213
Price realised:
£110
ca. US$156
Beschreibung:

A tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl necklace by Ingeborg Bratman, composed of vari coloured tumbled tourmaline beads and freshwater cultured pearls, stamped 925, 42cm long; a watermelon tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl necklace, composed of watermelon tourmaline beads and freshwater cultured pearls, stamped 375, 44.5cm long; an opal, tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl necklace by Ingeborg Bratman, stamped 925, 50.5cm long; a further necklace by Ingeborg Bratman; and a watermelon tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl bracelet by Ingeborg Bratman The Stock In Trade of Ingeborg Ruth Bratman (1935 - 2015) Ingeborg Ruth Bratman was born in Vienna in 1935, but grew up in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, and was educated in Switzerland and at the Sorbonne. In 1954 her father sent her to Leicester to study textiles with the view to entering into the family textile mill in Huddersfield. In 1965 Inge enrolled at Hornsey College of Art to study jewellery, where she studied under the tutelage of Gerda Flöckinger, one of the most celebrated jewellery artists of the Post-War period. Inge continued to study jewellery at Sir John Cass College until 1971, when she began to exhibit her jewels both nationally and internationally alongside the leaders of British Jewellery Design such as John Donald and Wendy Ramshaw In the mid 1970's Inge pushed the boundaries of jewellery design with her experiments in making jewellery from tantalum.​ There are pieces of Ingeborg Bratman jewellery in the permanent collections of both the V&A and Science Museum in London. In an interview in 2010 just before an exhibition in Edinburgh, Inge summed up the ethos behind her jewellery designs: "I've always gone for natural forms. I love plants. I find them fascinating. I like things with movement. I like jewellery to be something you'd enjoy wearing."

Auction archive: Lot number 400
Auction:
Datum:
8 Jun 2016
Auction house:
Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
16-17 Pall Mall
St James’s
London, SW1Y 5LU
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0)20 78398880
Beschreibung:

A tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl necklace by Ingeborg Bratman, composed of vari coloured tumbled tourmaline beads and freshwater cultured pearls, stamped 925, 42cm long; a watermelon tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl necklace, composed of watermelon tourmaline beads and freshwater cultured pearls, stamped 375, 44.5cm long; an opal, tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl necklace by Ingeborg Bratman, stamped 925, 50.5cm long; a further necklace by Ingeborg Bratman; and a watermelon tourmaline and freshwater cultured pearl bracelet by Ingeborg Bratman The Stock In Trade of Ingeborg Ruth Bratman (1935 - 2015) Ingeborg Ruth Bratman was born in Vienna in 1935, but grew up in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, and was educated in Switzerland and at the Sorbonne. In 1954 her father sent her to Leicester to study textiles with the view to entering into the family textile mill in Huddersfield. In 1965 Inge enrolled at Hornsey College of Art to study jewellery, where she studied under the tutelage of Gerda Flöckinger, one of the most celebrated jewellery artists of the Post-War period. Inge continued to study jewellery at Sir John Cass College until 1971, when she began to exhibit her jewels both nationally and internationally alongside the leaders of British Jewellery Design such as John Donald and Wendy Ramshaw In the mid 1970's Inge pushed the boundaries of jewellery design with her experiments in making jewellery from tantalum.​ There are pieces of Ingeborg Bratman jewellery in the permanent collections of both the V&A and Science Museum in London. In an interview in 2010 just before an exhibition in Edinburgh, Inge summed up the ethos behind her jewellery designs: "I've always gone for natural forms. I love plants. I find them fascinating. I like things with movement. I like jewellery to be something you'd enjoy wearing."

Auction archive: Lot number 400
Auction:
Datum:
8 Jun 2016
Auction house:
Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
16-17 Pall Mall
St James’s
London, SW1Y 5LU
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0)20 78398880
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