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122

Burle Marx

Amethyst bracelet (Bracciale con ametiste)

Artist's Resale Right

Estimate:

2,000

to
- 3,000 EUR

Property of a Lady

Burle Marx

Burle Marx

Amethyst bracelet (Bracciale con ametiste)

Amethyst bracelet (Bracciale con ametiste)

Estimate:

2,000

to
- 3,000 EUR

Lot sold:

8,820

EUR

Property of a Lady

Burle Marx

Amethyst bracelet

(Bracciale con ametiste) 


Designed as a series of articulated fancy links decorated with carved amethysts, lengthapproximately 170mm, signed Burle Marx. 


(Disegnato come una serie di maglie a fantasia, decorate con ametiste intagliate, lunghezza approssimativa 170mm, firmato Burle Marx.)


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Signed Burle Marx. Gross weight approximately 77 grams. Minor evidence of tarnish to the metal. In overall good condition. Signs and scratches to the metal consistent with age and wear.


Please note: Condition 11 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers (Online Only) is not applicable for this lot. (Si prega di notare che l'articolo 11 delle Condizioni Generali di Vendita (Online Only) non è applicabile per questo lotto).


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Roberto Burle Marx was a painter and renowned landscape architect, was the first to introduce the modernist concept of landscape architecture to Brazil. His tropical gardens and urban public spaces such as the famous Copacabana seaside promenade are the example how the artist has merged his graphic design to the nature landscape. His brother Haroldo was focused on jewelry and their works were in the collection of Merle Oberon and are nowadays in Japan's Empress Nagako and Queen Margarete of Denmark collections.


Roberto Burle Marx, pittore e rinomato architetto paesaggista, fu il primo ad introdurre in Brasile il concetto modernista di architettura del paesaggio. I suoi giardini tropicali e gli spazi urbani come la famosa passeggiata a bordo mare di Copacabana sono gli esempi di come l'artista ha inserito la progettazione grafica all'interno del paesaggio naturale. Suo fratello Haroldo si concentrò sulla gioielleria ed i lori lavori entrarono nella collezione di Merle Oberone ed oggi sono presenti in quelle dell'Imperatrice del Giappone e della Regina Margarete di Danimarca.