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Bracelet, Heiden, 1980s

CHF 12'200
MaterialWhite gold 18k / 750
SizeInner length 19cm
Further information

Jeweller Heiden is a Royal Bavarian Court Jeweller. The company from Munich has a long, traditional history that began in 1831 and is now run by Maximilian Heiden in the fifth generation.

In the 1980s, when the company was still run by Maximilian's father, Albrecht "Burschi" Heiden, this bracelet was created, and it was one of his trademarks. He was considered a specialist for chain bracelets with ruby, sapphire and emerald cabochons in round and oval shapes within a diamond entourage. He was even called the "king of cabochons".

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Dörte Herold is Head of the Beyer Vintage Department. Since 2016, the art historian has been enhancing the Beyer team with her many years of experience and expertise – and adding historical treasures to our range of vintage timepieces by purchasing vintage bijoux and watches for Beyer from private individuals, dealers and auctions around the world. 

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