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Ulmer et Cie Modular Bracelet
Ulmer et Cie, 1960

18 Kt yellow gold multi-gemstone modular bracelet and earrings suite designed as a series of eight interchangeable links in rhodonite, sodalite, green chalcedony and tiger's eye, together with two textured gold circular links and earrings clip. The detachable clasps allow each circle motif to be rearranged or reconfigured to earrings or bracelet

Regular price $17,000 USD
Regular price Sale price $17,000 USD
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Brand: Ulmer et Cie

Metal: 18K Yellow Gold

Stone Details: Rhodonite, Sodalite, Green Chalcedony, and Tiger's Eye

Dimensions: L 216 mm

Weight: 96 g

Circa: 1960
Reference: BVJ544 View full details
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Ulmer et Cie

The story of Ulmer & Cie begins in the late 19th century when a talented jeweler named Friedrich Ulmer decided to establish his own jewelry business. Friedrich Ulmer was born in Germany and had a passion for creating exquisite jewelry from a young age. He trained under several master jewelers, honing his skills and acquiring knowledge of the trade. With his exceptional craftsmanship and entrepreneurial spirit, Friedrich set out to establish his own jewelry brand. In 1890, Friedrich Ulmer opened the doors to his first jewelry store in a bustling city. His attention to detail, unique designs, and commitment to using only the finest materials quickly garnered attention and praise from the local community. Ulmer's reputation for creating exquisite pieces spread, and his business flourished. As the years went by, Friedrich Ulmer's business grew, and he expanded his operations. He traveled extensively, sourcing rare gemstones and collaborating with other talented artisans to create one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces. The name Ulmer & Cie became synonymous with elegance, craftsmanship, and exclusivity.