A Striking 18ct Gold Woven Wide Cuff Bracelet

A striking wide gold bracelet by Kutchinsky 1970, the bracelet formed of four rows of open oval textured 18ct gold motifs linked by oval ribbed loops, it has a gently domed profile and a concealed tongue and box clasp. This bracelet resembles chain-mail in its total flexibility, it has a lovely weight to it but the open form stops it looking heavy. A beautifully made, stylish vintage bracelet with contrasting textures providing interest and tactility.

Further Details

Condition ReportVery fine
Setting18ct yellow gold signed Kutchinsky and with Italian assay mark and London import marks for 1970
Weight description154 grams
Dimensions8" / 20.3cm long
1.5" / 3.8cm


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The Kutchinsky business was established in 1893 when Hirsch Kutchinsky arrived in England having fled Poland along with his son Morris and other members of the family.  They brought with them many years of experience in the trade, having served as jewellers to the court of Ludwig of Bavaria, and wasted no time in setting up a jewellery manufacturing company in the East End of London.  

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