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Neiger Egyptian Revival Bracelet
A fine example of this sought after Egyptian Revival multi stranded bracelet by Max Neiger of Gablonz circa 1925-30.
Made of dark gold coloured metal and decorated with an oval plaque depicting the face of a pharaoh set between enamelled metal wings and further embellished with little greeny-blue Peking glass cabochons.
The underside shows a smaller, rectangular plaque, again with a pharaoh’s head and glass cabochons, which conceals the clasp.
The attention to detail is obvious, even extending to the clasp which has been cleverly designed, closing with a reassuring positive click. A safety chain is also fitted and the flexible strands of the bracelet have an unexpectedly soft feel when worn.
In good condition throughout.