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Silvernecklace with green enamel pendant by Bjørn Sigurd Østern - Norway 1970

Noma Nordic

kr 8,500.00 SEK Sale price

The most beautiful necklace ever? A silver clave with a lovely green enamel pendant to be worn two ways. The pendant is made with a mirror enamel technic and gives a great shine and shimmer to it and consists of a double layer design and it can be worn in two ways (reversible). Designed by Bjørn Sigurd Østern (1935-) and produced by David Andersen. 1970. Pendant width: ca 6 cm. depth: 1 cm. height: 9,5 cm. Clave: 15 cmH x 13 cm W. Stamp on backside: "DAVID-ANDERSEN NORWAY STERLING 925S INV.B.S.Ø.

Bjørn Sigurd Østern is a Norwegian jewelrydesigner employed at David-Andersen A/S, Oslo from 1961-72. Bjørn Sigurd Østern has been one of the most distinguished designers in the Norwegian jewlery industry for decades. This jewelry was made in different colors of enamel, using patterns in the silver under the enamel to add to the design. Bjørn Sigurd Østern favours the clean Scandinavian style with a use of enamel that bears influences from the very distinct Georg Jensen enamel jewelry as well.

Regular price kr 8,500.00 SEK

The most beautiful necklace ever? A silver clave with a lovely green enamel pendant to be worn two ways. The pendant is made with a mirror enamel technic and gives a great shine and shimmer to it and consists of a double layer design and it can be worn in two ways (reversible). Designed by Bjørn Sigurd Østern (1935-) and produced by David Andersen. 1970. Pendant width: ca 6 cm. depth: 1 cm. height: 9,5 cm. Clave: 15 cmH x 13 cm W. Stamp on backside: "DAVID-ANDERSEN NORWAY STERLING 925S INV.B.S.Ø.

Bjørn Sigurd Østern is a Norwegian jewelrydesigner employed at David-Andersen A/S, Oslo from 1961-72. Bjørn Sigurd Østern has been one of the most distinguished designers in the Norwegian jewlery industry for decades. This jewelry was made in different colors of enamel, using patterns in the silver under the enamel to add to the design. Bjørn Sigurd Østern favours the clean Scandinavian style with a use of enamel that bears influences from the very distinct Georg Jensen enamel jewelry as well.