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Auction archive: Lot number 554

AN ATTRACTIVE ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET

Auction 18.11.1993
18 Nov 1993
Estimate
CHF32,000 - CHF40,000
ca. US$21,369 - US$26,712
Price realised:
CHF39,100
ca. US$26,111
Auction archive: Lot number 554

AN ATTRACTIVE ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET

Auction 18.11.1993
18 Nov 1993
Estimate
CHF32,000 - CHF40,000
ca. US$21,369 - US$26,712
Price realised:
CHF39,100
ca. US$26,111
Beschreibung:

AN ATTRACTIVE ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET Designed as a flexible band of circular-cut diamond entwined hoops with marquise-cut diamond intersections and a pavé-set diamond ribbon through the centre, mounted in platinum, circa 1920, 18.0 cm. Signed by Linzeler et Marchak, no. 1466 Alexander Marchak left his native Kiev in the wake of the Russian Revolution in 1918 to settle in Paris. Within a few years he established a salon on the rue de la Paix with Robert Linzeler who had executed the jewellery of Paul Iribe; their firm was known as Linzeler et Marchak. They exhibited jewellery in the 1925 Exposition des Art Décoratifs, as well as in the 1937 International Exhibtion of Arts and Techniques in Modern Life, both in Paris. In the 1940s, Marchak's son formed a partnership with Jaques Verger, grandson of the great watchmaker Ferdinand Verger.

Auction archive: Lot number 554
Auction:
Datum:
18 Nov 1993
Auction house:
Christie's
Geneva
Beschreibung:

AN ATTRACTIVE ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET Designed as a flexible band of circular-cut diamond entwined hoops with marquise-cut diamond intersections and a pavé-set diamond ribbon through the centre, mounted in platinum, circa 1920, 18.0 cm. Signed by Linzeler et Marchak, no. 1466 Alexander Marchak left his native Kiev in the wake of the Russian Revolution in 1918 to settle in Paris. Within a few years he established a salon on the rue de la Paix with Robert Linzeler who had executed the jewellery of Paul Iribe; their firm was known as Linzeler et Marchak. They exhibited jewellery in the 1925 Exposition des Art Décoratifs, as well as in the 1937 International Exhibtion of Arts and Techniques in Modern Life, both in Paris. In the 1940s, Marchak's son formed a partnership with Jaques Verger, grandson of the great watchmaker Ferdinand Verger.

Auction archive: Lot number 554
Auction:
Datum:
18 Nov 1993
Auction house:
Christie's
Geneva
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