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Georges Lenfant

circa 1970s
A stylish strap bracelet designed as three rows of square motifs in textured 18ct yellow gold.

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A stylish 18ct yellow gold strap bracelet by Georges Lenfant for Gubelin circa 1970s, designed as three uniform rows of square shaped motifs each with nine small cubes outlined inside, the central one raised and the others indented, all in heavily textured 18ct yellow gold, with concealed clasp.
  • OriginFrench
  • Condition ReportVery fine
  • Setting18ct yellow gold with maker’s mark for Gubelin and workshop mark for Georges Lenfant and French assay marks for export.
  • Weight description104.2 grams
  • Dimensions18.5cm / 7.25” long and 2.5cm / 1” wide

Lenfant, Georges

Georges Lenfant could be described as one of the unsung heroes of 20th Century French jewellery.  A hugely skilled designer and manufacturer, he was a Cartier workmaster and made jewellery for many of the top Parisian houses of the Place Vendome and rue de la Paix. 

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