David Andersen opened his shop in Oslo, Norway in 1876. As a designer and retailer specialising in jewellery and A metallic element which is malleable and ductile, and white in colour, making it ideal for use in jewellery. It is usually mixed with copper to improve its hardness.
wares, Andersen’s business model closely mirrors that of Danish silversmith Georg Jensen, who was twenty-three years his junior. Jensen opened his shop in 1904. Andersen died in 1901 and his sons took over company operations and designs. Today, David-Andersen (the company’s name since the early 20th century) is well known for its Jewellery made in the Mid-Century era (1950s). enamelled silver jewellery. This silver gilt bracelet is an Turquoise is an opaque gem and is often formed in what is called matrix, a black or brown veining derived from the host rock in which the gem forms. In fine jewellery, unblemished sky blue turquoise is the ideal, although regularly patterned matrix turquoise is also sought-after. blue translucent A pigmented glass-like material used in powdered form and fused onto the metal surface of a piece of jewellery. and features a continuous line of leaves.
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Silver & Blue Enamel Bracelet by David Andersen
|Date & Origin||Retro (1940s), Norwegian|
|Measurements||Length 17 cm|
Width 1.3 cm
|Hallmarks||925 S Sterling Norway (for high grade silver) D-A for David Anderson|
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