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Didier Ltd

Post-war jewelry by artists and designers

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London , W8 4BY
United Kingdom

phone +447973800415
phone +447961114680


Unique sapphire and diamond bangle, 1960s

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Bangle with a lost wax mass of gold encased in gold wires and set with sapphires and diamonds

Unique 18ct hinged gold bangle, the structure formed from eight gold wires, the top with a lost wax mass of gold imitating concrete, the material in which the Italian sculptor mainly worked, and six further gold wires set at right angles to form a grid filled with nine cabochon sapphires and a dozen randomly scattered brilliant cut diamonds. Designed by Uncini and produced in the gold workshop of Mario Masenza, Rome
Inscribed Uncini, MASENZA, ROMA
Top 5.0 x 5.5 cm; internal diameter 5.5 cm


Don't Fall, gold and enamelled pendant, 1966

Lupins, unique necklace and bangle, 1972

Hélèna, gold, enamel and diamond bird brooch, 1962

The Oculist, Surrealist pendant brooch, 1971

Surreal brooch designed for Schiaparelli, 1937

Surreal spoon-shaped pendant/watch, 1959

Surreal silver snake bangle with glass eyes, 1950s

Unique silver and gold bug brooch, c. 1950

Unique welded beryllium bronze pendant, 1970s

Husch Husch, gold and hardstone necklace, 1985

Tête de Poète, gold and enamel necklace, 1977

Unique gold and enamel fleur de lys brooch, c. 1849


Didier Ltd, run by Didier and Martine Haspeslagh, is a London-based gallery that is unique in specialising in jewels created by modern and contemporary painters, sculptors, architects and designers, acquired from the secondary art market. The gallery conducts extensive research on the subject of artist jewelry and together, Didier and Martine are considered among the world's leading experts in this niche field, and share this knowledge by producing annual catalogues and giving lectures. In addition to exhibiting in art, design and antique fairs in the United States and Europe, the gallery also has a very active lending programme to international exhibitions of artist jewellery or artist retrospectives.