Silver vintage necklace Guillocher patterns by Grete Prytz Kittelsen 1950s, Norway

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kr 16,000.00 SEK Sale price

Sterling vintage silver necklace with circle elements beautifully connected to each other by Norways most dedicated mid-century jewelry designer Grete Prytz Kittelsen for J. Tostrup, Norway 1950s. This beautiful piece of  vintage jewelry has thin silver plates connected to each other with Guillocher patterns. Grete Prytz Kittelsens necklaces after the world war was very much recognized with its thin silver plates that could easily be punched out, and which were later milled and enameled. The necklace is stamped Sterling Tostrup Norway. Measure total length 42 cm L, each plate 1.5 cm D. Good vintage condition. 
 
Scandinavian designer Grete Prytz Kittelsen (1917-2010) was born into one of Norway's largest goldsmith families, J. Tostrup. It was through her technical skill and creativity that she positioned herself in mid-century jewelry designs. Grete used new enameling techniques and the treatment of the silver surface. A simplified production process would enable the post-war requirements for more beautiful everyday goods. This built on old Norwegian traditions with foliage and decor and enamel where small round portions are punched out and bent forward.

"A scandinavian midcentury modern jewelry you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"

Regular price kr 16,000.00 SEK
Sterling vintage silver necklace with circle elements beautifully connected to each other by Norways most dedicated mid-century jewelry designer Grete Prytz Kittelsen for J. Tostrup, Norway 1950s. This beautiful piece of  vintage jewelry has thin silver plates connected to each other with Guillocher patterns. Grete Prytz Kittelsens necklaces after the world war was very much recognized with its thin silver plates that could easily be punched out, and which were later milled and enameled. The necklace is stamped Sterling Tostrup Norway. Measure total length 42 cm L, each plate 1.5 cm D. Good vintage condition. 
 
Scandinavian designer Grete Prytz Kittelsen (1917-2010) was born into one of Norway's largest goldsmith families, J. Tostrup. It was through her technical skill and creativity that she positioned herself in mid-century jewelry designs. Grete used new enameling techniques and the treatment of the silver surface. A simplified production process would enable the post-war requirements for more beautiful everyday goods. This built on old Norwegian traditions with foliage and decor and enamel where small round portions are punched out and bent forward.

"A scandinavian midcentury modern jewelry you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"