Ciner 1970s Vintage Horse Bangle

This eye-catching and beautiful bangle, in a signature animal design by Ciner, dates from the 1970s.

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The Details...

This gold plated bangle features the Ciner company's signature 'horse' design. It features cream enamelling and is detailed with small, round clear rhinestones and red and blue glass, oval cabochons. The bangle fastens with a box clasp. It is signed - ‘CINER’ and a copyright symbol is stamped onto the inside of the bangle. This bangle is 6cm in diameter. To learn more about Ciner jewellery, visit our 'Designers' page. 

A Short History...

The Ciner company is well known for its use of richly coloured enamels in jewellery. The company's enamelling skills are particularly demonstrated in their animal bracelets, which are a signature design for Ciner and reproduced year upon year. They are very collectable. This particualr creation dates from the 1970s. It is one of the company's earlier examples. During the Seventies and Eighties they began producing bolder and more colourful animal themed pieces, as opposed to pure diamante, in order to meet changes in fashion. This was under the directorship of Pat Ciner Hill, grand-daughter of the Company's founder Emmanuel Ciner. 

Wear it With...

This versitile bracelet would add glamour to a daytime blazer and jeans look. However, it would be equally stunning for a formal event - as an eye-catching piece with a strapless jumpsuit.