Emerald & Diamanté 1930s Flexible Bracelet by Schreiber & Hiller
Schreiber & Hiller
7" (inside circumference) x 3/4"
DRGM 1138525; PAT. 396100
German utility patent # 1138525 issued to Schreiber & Hiller in 1930; German utility patent # 396100 issued to firm of Philipp Döppenschmitt in 1924
This Art Deco emerald bracelet is a fine example of this maker’s art. The design is a pattern of three “roof-shaped” vertical links of channel-set diamanté followed by one with emerald glass stones. The stones are relatively large, and this bracelet is the widest I’ve seen from this company. The rhodium-plated links in this substantial piece are joined by a concealed mesh band that was patented by another German maker. This bracelet closes with a concealed clasp. Scroll down to see a necklace, also by Schreiber & Hiller, in the same colors. Although both of these jewels are no longer available, you can shop more from this maker here.
- ArchivesThis substantial vintage choker necklace is just stunning! It has a pattern of three vertical links of diamanté followed by one vertical link of emerald-glass stones. The stones are larger than those in most of the other pieces by this maker. The links are flat-topped with rhodium-plated backs. They're connected by a concealed mesh band, which was patented by another German company. This Art Deco necklace closes with a concealed clasp. Scroll down to see a fabulous bracelet also by Schreiber & Hiller and in the same color pattern. Although these pieces have been sold, you can see additional jewels by this maker here.USD$495.00