Schreiber and Hiller 1930s Art Deco Vintage Lozenge Design Bracelet

Featuring a typically geometric Art Deco design, this bracelet dates from the 1930s and was created in Germany by Schrieber and Hiller.

Condition Report:

Very Good - A very tiny area of oxidisation to the edge of the bracelet. This is only visible upon very close inspection and does not detract from the overall appeal of the piece. 

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The Details...

This bracelet features chrome plated, riveted panels, some of which are lozenge shaped. They are set with small, round, colourless paste stones. The bracelet fastens with a box clasp. It is signed - D.R.G.M and the numbers 1138525 are stamped onto the inside of the bracelet. This bracelet is 18.5cm long.

A Short History...

During the 1920s and early 1930s, jewellery was influenced by the dawn of a new era. There was a push for all things modern after the shock of the First World War - people wanted to be cleansed of the old and celebrate the new. In the world of design a pure, hard-edged style was craved. This was evident in Bauhaus architecture, cubist art and the dropped-waist, linear-cut silhouette of the Flapper Girl. Jewellery designers looked to celebrate a burgeoning, bright industrial future in their work, creating pieces that looked almost mechanical with their sharp shapes and chrome coloured highlights. This bracelet is certainly a-typical of Art Deco jewellery design during the period - its bold geometry, encrusted with bright rhinestones for a new feminine look and movement. This bracelet was made by the German Schreiber and Hiller company who stamped their jewellery with the patent DRGM in the 1930s. It stands for Deutsches Reichs Gebrauchsmuster.

Wear it With...

This bracelet would work well stacked with Deco tennis bracelets for the ultimate glamorous statement.

  • Colour Silver, Diamante
  • Era 1930s
  • Occasion Wedding Guest, The Festive Season, Cocktail and Evening, Bridal
  • Trend Gatsby Glamour, Delicate and Demure