Tomas Maier 2012 For Bottega Veneta 3-D Bracelet In Sterling Silver And Enamel
Three dimensional bracelet designed by Tomas Maier for Bottega Veneta.
Rare runaway piece, created by Tomas Maier back in the 2012 for the Italian luxury house of Bottega Veneta. Carefully crafted in solid .925/.999 sterling silver and composed by 6 three-dimensional oversized rectangular links with a push spring safety lock. Embellished with application of black enamel.
Weight: 117.3 Grams, (75.19 Dwt).
Measurements: The length is 8.25 Inches (20.95 Cm) and the width is 50 mm (1.97 Inches).
Hallmarks: Stamped with the maker's mark, the silver assay mark and signed, "B.V. AG.925 STERLING ITALY *1231VI".
Tomas Maier, born in 1957, is a designer of German origin who currently serves as creative director of the Italian lifestyle brand Bottega Veneta, which is part of the Luxury Division of Kering. Tomas Maier joined Bottega Veneta as creative director in June 2001. In the years since, he has established Bottega Veneta as one of the world's leading luxury goods firms. In that same time, Maier has transformed the luxury goods business, offering a thoughtful and increasingly important argument for the primacy of quality, craftsmanship and individuality.
Note: Bottega Veneta pieces feature futuristic, innovative design unlike any other jewelry and are extremely well made by a longtime Italian high fashion label. Original price on this piece was $4,100 due to the high end name and labor intensive design and construction, making it an excellent value today.
Collateral: It is accompanied by a presentation jewelry box.
Condition: The overall condition of this bracelet is excellent. Beside the little normal wear, there is no damage to the sterling silver, good vintage with light toning, minor wear to metal. Enamel is in very good condition with no chips. This piece has been carefully inspected to guarantee the condition and authenticity.
INVENTORY REF: B0000AOIL/.1121