Harry Bertoia Coiled Geometric Copper Bracelet circa 1940s Harry Bertoia Coiled Geometric Copper Bracelet circa 1940s

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Harry Bertoia Bracelet

USA circa 1940s

Exhibited piece

Continuous coiled copper with single welded point

With copy of family correspondence and COA from Harry Bertoia Foundation

Literature
The Life and Work of Harry Bertoia pg 23

This Harry Bertoia is available with trade pricing and to view our Harry Bertoia collection, click here and for our American Studio collection, click here

Harry Bertoia 
Italian-born American artist, sculptor of metal works, maker of jewelry, furniture designer and philosopher. Bertoia moved to Detroit at the age of 15 and attended Cass Technical High School and later Cranbrook Academy of Art. He completed over 50 public commissions and his works are in the permanent collections of Detroit Institute of Arts, Nasher Sculpture Center, Smithsonian American Art Museum. In 1955, he completed the Altarpiece for MIT Chapel with Eero Saarinen. His friends and collaborators included Charles and Ray Eames and Florence Knoll 

The urge for good design is the same as the urge to go on living
Harry Bertoia


Harry Bertoia Bracelet

USA circa 1940s

Exhibited piece

Continuous coiled copper with single welded point

With copy of family correspondence and COA from Harry Bertoia Foundation

Literature
The Life and Work of Harry Bertoia pg 23

This Harry Bertoia is available with trade pricing and to view our Harry Bertoia collection, click here and for our American Studio collection, click here

Harry Bertoia 
Italian-born American artist, sculptor of metal works, maker of jewelry, furniture designer and philosopher. Bertoia moved to Detroit at the age of 15 and attended Cass Technical High School and later Cranbrook Academy of Art. He completed over 50 public commissions and his works are in the permanent collections of Detroit Institute of Arts, Nasher Sculpture Center, Smithsonian American Art Museum. In 1955, he completed the Altarpiece for MIT Chapel with Eero Saarinen. His friends and collaborators included Charles and Ray Eames and Florence Knoll 

The urge for good design is the same as the urge to go on living
Harry Bertoia


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  • All purchases are covered by our Buyer Protection Program, please see additional info below. International purchases are not returnable.
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