*Burle Marx 1960 Brazil 18 kt gold Forma livre ring with 25 Cts in carved amazonite jade
A mid-century sculptural ring designed by Haroldo Burle Marx.
This is one of the very early examples ring of the forma livre collection. Designed in brazil during the mid-century period, circa 1960's It was crafted in 18 karats yellow gold and the surface is decorated with a Florentine textured finish.
This is a wearable art-piece and a very nice example of the Brazilian concretism art.
Featuring in the center, in a bezel, one free-form (Forma Livre) cabochon cut carved from natural Brazilian blue-green amazonite jade gemstone, with an estimate weight of 25 carats.
Have a weight of 10.4 grams and the actual size is 4.25, sizeable. The top view measures are 26 mm by 19 mm (1.02 by 0.75 Inches).
This piece have an obvious collaboration between three big names of the Brazilian arts; Haroldo Burle Marx (1911-1991) the designer and jeweler with galleries in brazil and Washington DC., Bruno Guidi the master chief goldsmith and lead designer of Burle Marx and finally Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994), Haroldo's brother, designer and a landscape architect.
It is in perfect condition.
INVENTORY REF: R0000TCNZ/.2499