Circa 1950s sterling and amethyst bracelet by important mid 20th Century American silversmith Ed Levin. The thick solid sterling wire each terminates in a flattened, flared shape, each holding a single purple amethyst cabochon.
Signed with the early "Levin, Sterling" mark, indicating that this is a mid 20th Century piece. It currently measures approx. 3" x 2.5", but is adjustable. The top portion is 1.5" wide. Excellent vintage condition.
"Ed Levin began creating innovative and distinctly original jewelry in 1950. He started designing jewelry while living in Buenos Aires and working with a master Florentine jeweler. He brought what he learned back to the United States and founded Ed Levin Jewelry." (www.edlevinjewelry.com) Although Mr. Levin has passed away, his jewelry firm still creates innovative designs appreciated the world over.