A typical characteristic of the so-called Martelé - the surface created by the driving hammer - are the impact marks, which are not worked away but left as a decorative element. This technique was popular in the Art Deco period between the world wars, but was taken up again and again in the later 20th century.
Antique handmade napkin ring. Hammered finish, cylindrical body and segmented rim. Made circa 1920/30 with unknown master's mark in Germany. Excellent condition.
Dimensions & Details
- Silver 800/-
- Diameter 4,3 cm
- Height 2,3 cm
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