13 November 2017
AN ART DÉCO ROCK CRYSTAL, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL BANGLE, BY JANESICH
Modelled as a rock crystal snake enhanced with black enamel and diamonds, to the red, blue and black enamel geometric base, circa 1930, inner circumference 17.0 cm, with French assay mark for gold
Signed Janesich Paris
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Please note that part of the head of the snake was detached and repaired.
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