Norwegian Sterling silver bangle bracelet by David Andersen 1960s

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kr 3,500.00 SEK Sale price

Lovely and classic modernist style sterling silver bangle bracelet by David Andersen, Norway 1960s. The armring can be adjust to fit any preference you wish and are suitable for both everyday use and parties. Very good vintage condition.
Fully hallmarked for David Andersen, Oslo Norway. 

Adjustable at any size. Measures 6,8 x 5,7 cm. 2 cm in front. Weight: 32.6 gram 

David Andersen AS was founded in Christiania (now Oslo), Norway in 1876. Andersen (1843-1901) had a good sense for quality and the high standards of his workmanship brought early success. By 1888 Andersen was able to expand his workshop and by 1982 a second retail location was opened.
David Andersen died 1901 and his son Arthur Andersen took over the business. The firm has remained a family business and is now run by members of the fourth generation, Uni and Jon David-Andersen.
Regular price kr 3,500.00 SEK
Lovely and classic modernist style sterling silver bangle bracelet by David Andersen, Norway 1960s. The armring can be adjust to fit any preference you wish and are suitable for both everyday use and parties. Very good vintage condition.
Fully hallmarked for David Andersen, Oslo Norway. 

Adjustable at any size. Measures 6,8 x 5,7 cm. 2 cm in front. Weight: 32.6 gram 

David Andersen AS was founded in Christiania (now Oslo), Norway in 1876. Andersen (1843-1901) had a good sense for quality and the high standards of his workmanship brought early success. By 1888 Andersen was able to expand his workshop and by 1982 a second retail location was opened.
David Andersen died 1901 and his son Arthur Andersen took over the business. The firm has remained a family business and is now run by members of the fourth generation, Uni and Jon David-Andersen.