(Français) Paire de bracelets africains

Pair Of African Bracelets In Bronze

Circa 1950.

“Pair of African open bracelets” chiseled and engraved bronze, 15 cm in diameter for one, 14.5 cm for the other, for a height of 4 cm.
Origin Africa (Ivory Coast?).
Of a very good quality of execution, these bracelets are rarely found in pairs as here. Very refined, the ring is hollow and has in addition engravings of the edges of gadroons and tori in relief.
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