In the 1960s and 1970s, Ciner specialized in costume jewelry inspired by the enameled gold and jeweled figural animal designs of the fine jewelry maker
David Webb (these days Roberto Cavalli is the contemporary master of the costume version of this look). This piece is circa 1975. It is marked
CINER, but so faintly on the tongue of the clasp that I was unable to get a clear photo. It did come from an estate with other signed Ciner pieces. It is
bigger and slightly differently shaped than the Ciner zebras of the 1960s. With black and cream enameling outlined in goldtone, and colorless
rhinestones. Slide clasp. 7/8 inch wide/thick and 7 inches inside circumference. Excellent condition. Photos enlarged to show detail.