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Overall L(closed): 46.2 cm
Not on Display
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Transparent yellow, metallic dark gray with matte surface; non-lead glass, silver 925/000, adhesive (UHU PLUS 300); cut silver tubes, some tubes soldered to smaller sections of silver tubes in which cut pieces of glass bracelets are fitted and adhered, all silver is oxidized with sulfur, tubes are strung on nylon thread. Lightweight necklace with yellow glass arcs in varying lengths and positions (cut from circles of the same diameter); long strand of short dark gray silver tubes closes with simple fastener comprised of a short length of tubing attached at mid-point to one strand end and passes through a small loop on the other end; soldered to eleven of the tubes are cut tube cross-sections that act as rings in which fit arced sections of thin, yellow, glass bangle bracelets (ground and polished flat across both sides of diameter), some arcs are positioned to overlap and hang at different lengths, arc extend on both sides from center largest piece that remains almost a complete circle; unsigned.
Spares (sic) of Indian Glass Bracelets
Galerie Spektrum, Source