*Gucci Milan 18 kt yellow gold flexible bracelet with kinetic spheres logo
Unusual kinetic bracelet designed by Gucci.
A vintage piece created in Milan Italy, around the 1980's. Designed as a kinetic mesh bracelet with 11 movable spheres with the double G logo. This is a one-of-a-kind piece, crafted in solid 18 karats yellow gold and suited with a hinged fold lock.
have a total weight of 87.95 grams.
This piece is flexible with a width measures of 50.8 mm (2 inches) and fit a wrist up to 7.5 inches.
Stamped with Italian hallmarks and signed, "GUCCI MADE IN ITALY 750 1581 AL 17".
Gucci, was founded in 1921 in the Tuscany region of Italy, in Florence , when Guccio Gucci bought his own shop on 7, Via della Vigna Nuova in Florence, Azienda Individuale Guccio Gucci, where he sold imported leather luggage. He also opened a small workshop to have his own leather goods made by local craftsmen. Eventually, a larger workshop had to be acquired to house Gucci's 60 artisans. In 1935 the invasion of Ethiopia by Mussolini led the League of Nations to impose a trade embargo on Italy. Leather became scarce, pushing Guccio Gucci to introduce other fabrics in the composition of the products, such as raffia, wicker, wood, linen and, jute. The rombi motif, a Gucci signature, was created. The Gucci's developed a new tanning technique to produce "cuoio grasso", which became a Gucci trademark. In 1937, Gucci launched its handbags. Under the direction of Aldo Gucci (son of Guccio), Gucci became a worldwide-known brand, an icon of the Italian Dolce Vita. During the 2010s, Gucci became an iconic 'geek-chic' brand.
Note: We cannot track any other bracelet like this
INVENTORY REF: B0000EONN/2.114