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This IBB made (International Bullion & Metal Brokers) silver bracelet was most likely made in Italy in the early 1970’s. It has a post-modernists fluid form for a more individual look. The Celtic ‘torc’ styled open end allows the bracelet to slide over the slimmer part of the wrist and gently push together for an extremely comfortable fit.

Modernism refers to a global movement in society and culture that from the early decades of the twentieth century sought a new alignment with the experience and values of modern industrial life. Building on late nineteenth-century precedents, artists around the world used new imagery, materials and techniques to create artworks that they felt better reflected the realities and hopes of modern societies.

By the 1960s modernism had become a dominant idea of art, and a particularly narrow theory of modernist painting had been formulated by the highly influential American critic Clement Greenberg. A reaction then took place which was quickly identified as postmodernism.



Excellent original condition overall with no deep scratches or damage. Some light surface patina as to be expected with a vintage silver piece.

Please the images as they form part of the description and condition.


A striking, post-modernist, silver bracelet that’s sure to get a reaction.


Materials: Silver
Fit wrist comfortable: Adaptable to small to large wrist sizes
Era: Vintage (denotes anywhere from 30 to a 100 years old)

Stamps: ‘IBB 925’

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Post-Modernist Silver Bracelet, circa. early 1970’s