Hermann Jünger, Necklace, 1970

In 1970 Hermann Jünger turned to a material that was completely untypical for him. He designed the V-jewelry series – necklaces and brooches made of acrylic, which were to be mass-produced and sold in department stores. Jünger used only elements made of plastic. Colored acrylic glass plates, circles, squares, rectangles, formed the basis for his compositions.

Acrylic. Edition of 4

16,5 x 8,7 cm

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The German artist and goldsmith Herman Jünger (1928 – 2005) is known for his gold jewelry. He had become aware of the subject of costume jewelry through a commission from the Gablonz industry, which had approached the artist at the end of the 1960s with the aim of promoting the costume jewelry industry based in Neugablonz. On the art market, jewelry pieces from the V-jewelry series are rare.

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