*Louis Fiessler 1970 Germany Bauhaus geometric earrings in 18 kt yellow gold
Modernist geometric earrings designed by Louis Fiessler.
Beautiful geometric pieces created by the famous German goldsmith and designer Louis Fiessler. This pair of earrings was designed, circa 1970's under the parameters of the Bauhaus philosophy. Crafted in solid 18 karats yellow gold with high polished surfaces.
Made with very sleek designs and Suited at the reverse with a pair of hinged omega backs for fastening clips. The post's option can be easily added if need it.
Have a combined weight of 27.95 grams and a measures of 30 mm by 25 mm (1.01 x 1.18 Inches).
Is stamped with the maker's logo LF and the German assay hallmark, "LF18kt".
Louis Fiessler, was a goldsmith and creator of finest jewelry in Germany. He founded the jewelry chain manufacture Louis Fiessler & Co. in 1857 together with a small group of like-minded idealists. Currently well-known as a specialist for gold chains, Louis Fiessler today presents an extended collections, which apart from necklaces and bracelets provide also earrings and rings, at the highest quality level at all times.
Note: The Bauhaus style tends to feature simple geometric shapes like rectangles and spheres, without elaborate decorations. Buildings, furniture, jewelry and fonts often feature rounded corners and sometimes rounded walls. Other structures are characterized by rectangular features, for example protruding balconies with flat, chunky railings facing the street, and long banks of windows. furniture often uses chrome metal pipes that curve at corners.
This pair is in exceptional condition with all the old patina intact.
INVENTORY REF: E0000ARAR/.6718