Andreas Daub 1930s Art Deco Rolled Gold Vintage Snake Cuff


    Symbolic and striking, this snake cuff was created by the German Andreas Daub company in the 1930s. 

    Condition Report:

    Very Good - A little rubbing to the metal tip of the snake's tail. This is only visible upon very close inspection. It is consistent with age and use and does not detract from the appeal of the piece. 

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    The Details...

    This cuff is constructed from rolled gold panels linked together to form a cuff. The cuff is a wraparound snake design. The panels are stamped with geometric patterns. The eyes of the snake are detailed with tiny, round, green paste stones. The internal diameter of the bangle is 6.5cm, making its internal circumference 20.4cm. The bracelet is signed - the inside of the panel is stamped 'ROLLED GOLD FOREIGN' with 'AD' and a star motif. 

    A Short History...

    The Andreas Daub company was established in Pforzheim in 1872. By 1900, they were one of the leading jewellery makers in Europe and are still in existence today. 

    Wear it With...

    This bangle would add an edge to evening tailoring.

    Product Details


    Data sheet

    Art Deco
    Cocktail and Evening
    Inspired by Nature

    The jewellery within the Gemma Redmond Vintage collection has survived to this day because it has been well cared for throughout its lifetime. It is important to continue to care for the jewellery that you buy from us to ensure its continued preservation. Here are some suggestions:

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