Silver lily wrist cuff made from 2 vintage Dutch spoons circa 1924-1960. A perfect partner for our Vintage Sterling Silver Lily Ring see here
The original spoons were hallmarked with makers mark V.K. in horseshoe (or capital G), and the Dutch dagger used for small items of silver. Koninklijke Gerritsen & Van Kempen were based in the Dutch town of Zeist between 1924 and 1960, when they merged with Van Kempen & Begeer. Their head designer between 1934 and 1977 was Gustav Beran, a pupil of Josef Hoffman in Vienna (Art Nouveau & Art Deco Silver, Krekel-Aalberse, page 254).
The lily symbolizes vulnerability, and the freedom to be ourselves, as well as allowing others to be as they are too. The lily is a symbolic flower of health and provision. In a reading, the lily can signal growth, development, and a quality of innocence in our lives.
This cuff is sized to fit a medium wrist, measuring 150mm around and 15mm at it’s widest point.
A limited edition of one, made by Silver Rose Jewellery and exclusive to Atelier Crafers