Angela Cummings for Tiffany gold damascene bubble cuff

Angela Cummings for Tiffany gold damascene bubble cuff

A gold, iron, and lacquer damascene cuff bracelet inlaid with a mixed metal geometric pattern of bubbles, in silver and multi-colored 18k, 22k, and 24k gold. Angela Cummings for Tiffany & Co. Stamped T&Co., hand numbered #2386

Angela Cummings's finely worked and limited damascene collection was inspired by the inlaid gold and ironwork of the Japanese shakudo tradition. This design was introduced in Tiffany's 1977 Blue Book.

A tour de force of twentieth-century jewelry design, Angela Cummings received her artistic training in Europe, graduating with degrees in goldsmithing and gemology. She started her career in jewelry at Tiffany & Co. in 1967 and designed a collection for them under her name in 1975. She established her own company in 1984, which allowed her to retain artistic freedom and eventually expand into silver, housewares, and leather goods. Her designs are known for their fine craftsmanship, easy wearability, sporty sensibility, and use of semi-precious stones inlaid in organic or geometric patterns.

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  • DesignerAngela Cummings
  • CountryUSA
  • Circa1980
  • DimensionsInner circumference approximately 6 1/2", width: 1 7/16", opening in back: approximately 1 1/8"
  • Weight51.45 grams
  • SKUC21363