Martha Sturdy necklace and bracelet set made out of brass metal. Both the bracelet and necklace are made out of chunky squares and rectangles. The bracelet can be linked to the back of the necklace to make it a longer chain - see the last two pictures. This piece is a true statement with it's visual weight and unique runway quality. Circa 1980's.
Expertly made by Sturdy, this necklace is a fine piece of designer vintage jewelry.
Martha Sturdy is a Vancouver Canada based designer, known for her Runway/Statement jewelry and designer Home Accessories. Her eye for detail and craftsmanship is bar none, expert in both Resin and Metal.
Sturdy has been designing jewelry since the 1970's and has also been featured in Vogue Magazine Editorial Photo Shoots. In the more recent years, Sturdy has solely been focusing on her Home Accessories.
-Wearable necklace length is approx. 18".
The largest link in the necklace measures approx. 1.5"x1.5"
-Wearable length of the bracelet measures approx. 9" (can be worn shorter by attaching the hook to another link).
The largest link the bracelet measures approx. 1.5"x1.5"
-When the necklace and bracelet are linked together - wearable length measures approx. 30-33"
All pieces signed "Martha Sturdy Vancouver"
Good vintage condition with appropriate wear for their age and original patina.
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