Designed as a matte gold square and oval link chain with 7 sculpted gold charms depicting the moon, an angel, a heart, a star, profile of a horse, a poodle and an arrow pierced heart

Metal: 18k yellow gold
Diamonds: 6 round diamonds with approximate weight of 0.05 - 0.10 carats
Stones: 7 round sapphires, 7 round rubies
Size/Dimensions: bracelet 20.5 cm, Poodle charm 4 x 2 cm, Star charm 2.5 x 2.5 cm
Signature: B.KIESELSTEIN CORD on several charms and several links of bracelet
Marks: 18k, 1973, 1986, 1998, 1983, US
Gross Weight: 194.3 grams
Circa late 20th century
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The jewelry and accessories Barry Kieselstein-Cord creates are conceived as three-dimensional works of art that are often whimsical but very much a statement of contemporary design. He draws his inspiration from the animal kingdom as well as from ancient art periods, reinterpreting motifs into his bold, organic style that invites touch. In place of shiny metals, he used a matte finish, producing a somber glow to his work.

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