A rare modernist sterling silver bracelet by the noted jewelry teacher and designer, Adda Husted-Andersen. Husted-Andersen taught in NYC at the Craft Student's League and her work was exhibited as part of the 1946 landmark exhibition, "Modern Jewelry Design" at the Museum of Modern Art. This bracelet is made from flattened and curved pieces of sterling silver intertwined with three brownish green oval cabochons. Measures about 6" around with an opening of about 1". Fits nicely on the wrist, you don't want it to swing around. Measures 3" long. In very fine condition. Has one small ding on the silver part that wraps around the side of your wrist and a little bit of dullness to the silver there. May be able to be buffed out but we will leave that to the new owner. Doesn't show from the front. Lays wonderfully on the wrist. Special piece from a hard to find silversmith.