Unusual and gorgeous geometric design is created by connected silver tone chevrons with matte oxidized material to bring out the Brutalist pattern on each. There is no maker's mark found.
The necklace is very sturdy with a hefty "hand and very well made. This is a great edgy look and is a great specimen of the Brutalist movement for your vintage collection.
The Brutalist movement dates from the 50s to the mid-70s. Brutalist architecture of that time came from the modernist architectural movement of the early 20th century. Brutalist jewelry designs followed the era's movement to create a look of half-melted metal that could have been dug out of smoldering remains! It is somewhat apocalyptic in feel!
Due to the clasp design and the size, this is an earlier piece - 50s.
It is in very good condition, everything is connected well, and the selective matte oxidized material is intact. This is a really nice statement necklace that is unique and geometric and reflects a great design movement in history.
SIZE: 15.5 inches to the very last link.
Material: Silver tone with matte oxidized material
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