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David Thomas

An 18ct gold and diamond modernist strap bracelet formed of small overlapping asymmetric squares.

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A modernist gold and diamond bracelet by David Thomas 1960, the wide asymmetric strap composed of multiple overlapping small square motifs in textured, polished and openwork 18ct gold creating an irregular three dimensional form, scattered with round brilliant diamonds set to highlight the centre of some squares, to a concealed tongue and box clasp.
  • OriginLondon
  • Gemstones and Other Materials33 round brilliant diamonds
  • Setting18ct gold signed David Thomas and with London assay marks
  • Weight description83.00 grams
Directors notes
David Thomas (1938 - ) is one of Britain’s finest master goldsmiths. A contemporary of Andrew Grima and John Donald, his jewellery epitomises the bold, abstract style of the 1960s and 70s. He graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1961 and set up his own studio, predominantly working to commission. That same year his work was included in the International Exhibition of Modern Jewellery held at London’s Goldsmiths’ Hall. Since then his jewellery has been exhibited worldwide and pieces can be found in the Victoria and Albert Museum as well as important private collections.

Thomas, David

“I like the scale of jewellery, I like the fineness. And I like diamonds, diamonds really do make everything else look better.”

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