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Ruby and diamond bracelet, Sterlé, 1950s
Designed as a cord of rope-work linking terminating in two open work spherical pendants accented with circular-cut rubies and diamonds respectively, length approximately 170mm, French assay and maker's marks, signed Paris Le Caire Pohoomull to clasp.
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Pierre Sterlé (1905 – 1978) thought of himself more as an artist than a jeweller and became well known for his innovative naturalistic designs in the 1940s and 50s. As well as designing for some of the well-known jewellery houses of the time such as Boucheron, Ostertag and Chaumet, Sterlé also sought to create his own style using new techniques of the time such as ‘Cheveux D’Ange’ (Angel Hair) created from braided gold wire.

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