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Georg Jensen - Mobius Bangle - Sterling Silver - Design 206

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Georg Jensen – Mobius Bangle – Sterling Silver – Design 206

 

The MÖBIUS sterling silver bangle is inspired by geometry, and it is a prime example of post-modern innovation. In math, a möbius is a shape with one surface and one edge. It is a fluid, infinite form that inspires reflection.

The MÖBIUS bangle was designed and launched in 1968 to honour both beauty and philosophy. This unusual piece of jewellery is as unique and stunning today as it was back then, and it will add a surprising twist of elegance to your wrist.

The MÖBIUS bangle is made out of sterling silver, and it is available in two sizes.

S/M: 195 mm / 7.68 inches, M/L: 205 mm / 8.07 inches

Weight 400 g
Dimensions 205 mm
Sizes

Medium/Large, Small/Medium

Materials

Sterling Silver

Collection

Mobius

Designer - V. Torun

Designer - Torun (Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube 1927 - 2004)

Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube, know as Torun was born on December 4, 1927 in Malmo, Sweden. Her father was director of town planning in Malmo and her mother was a sculptor. Torun was the youngest of four children. All four children pursued artistic careers but it was Torun who became the most famous, as the first woman silversmith in the world to gain international recognition.

Torun studied at Konstfack, the School of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, beginning in 1945 while pregnant with her first child. In 1956, Torun moved to France with her third husband, Walter Coleman, an Afro-American painter, meeting many of the jazz greats of that time. She designed jewellery for among others, Billie Holiday which Holiday wore when she performed.

In 1968, she moved to Germany. She had a workshop and worked with other artists in an association called “Die Schwinge”.Beginning in 1967, Torun’s production was taken over by Georg Jensen silver. Since moving to Germany, Torun worked on things other than jewellery, including cutlery, chinaware and handbags. In 1978, Torun moved to Indonesia where she still lives.

On November 5, 1992, Torun was awarded the Prince Eugen medal by King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden. The medal is bestowed for outstanding artistic achievement.

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