Two gold pendants, (2)
Lot 14
Two gold pendants, (2)
Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Two gold pendants, 1974-1975
1st: The 9 carat gold circular plaque carved to depict a stylised bird, engraved to the reverse 'Greif 1903',
2nd: The 9 carat gold square plaque carved to depict a 'motif from the painting 'Trente' 1937', as engraved to the reverse, signed Kandinsky, London hallmark, maker's mark R.E.S., lengths: 1st 8.4cm, 2nd 6.5cm (2)


  • The images on these pendants are inspired by Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944). He was one of the pioneers of Abstract art and taught at the Bauhaus school of Art and Design in Germany. The Bauhaus movement strove to bring creativity and manufacturing together, breaking down all established opinions and paved the way for many of the ideas that have inspired artists in the late 20th century.
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