Vintage Guy Vidal Brutalist Modernist Bracelet- Shapes

Vintage Guy Vidal Brutalist Modernist Bracelet- Shapes


Vintage from the 1960s

Material: Pewter

Guy Vidal was a well respected Modernist jewelry designer. Vidal's work began in the early 1960's, where he started creating his own unique jewelry. The first pieces were handcrafted and signed by him with a marker. His work is known to be quite unique in the way he utilizes different shapes and patterns which creates a deconstruct and construct design, which in other words can be called “brutalism”.

This amazing bracelet is made out of plated pewter. It had a very distinct look to it that makes it unique. All throughout the bracelet there are different patterns consisting of varying degrees of circles, squares and spheres. The bracelet can be worn with any simple wardrobe that will allow it to be the center of attention. It is fun and elegant! The clasp is a box clasp which makes it easy to attach and detach.

The item is in great conditions!


Left to right: about 8 inches
Top and bottom: 1 and ¼

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