A fabulous Vintage (ca1970s) cuff bracelet by American designer Ed Levin, a pioneer of the modernist jewelry movement! Crafted in sterling silver and 14kt yellow gold, this unique piece displays a fabulous two-tone crisscross design across the front surface. Two polished bars comprised of yellow gold and sterling silver, curve across and overlap each other to form two intersecting points, creating a fantastic asymmetrical design. The motif forms three elongated cutouts along the band, creating an "X" formation at each intersection. The two-tone bars graduate slightly in width and merge together at an open curved loop found at both ends. Stamped on the inside of the bracelet is the authentic "Ed Levin" signature hallmark, beside "© STER/14K". A wonderful example of Ed Levin's craftsmanship, this gorgeous bracelet would look wonderful worn alone or stacked with other bracelets!
Measurements: The inside of the cuff bracelet (where a wrist would rest) measures approximately 2 1/4" wide and 2" tall, and the piece would fit nicely on a small to average sized wrist. The surface of the bracelet ranges in width from a little more than 1/4" wide to a little less than 1/2" wide.
Condition: The overall condition of the bracelet is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no serious damage to the sterling silver and gold setting.