Wearable pop art, the fabulous Walter Schluep. Handmade in 1972 this semi round brooch is decorated with silver geometric shapes on a resin and enamel background. This pendant is a rare representation how the cultural situation of the 60's influenced a change in Walter Schlueps' creative works of art.
Student protests, the hippie movement and many social challenges, pushed Schluep to effectively produce a unique post modernism/contemporary art that no one else was doing at this time.
Walter Schluep - October 13, 1931 - March 23, 2016
Winner of many prestigious awards, Walter Schluep is recognized worldwide for his contribution to the Modernist and Modern Art movement. Spending most of his life in Montreal Quebec, Walter Schluep worked alongside notable jewelers such as Gabriel Lucas, George Delrue, and Hans Gehrig while exhibiting extensively. Schluep's creative and culturally relevant works of art are becoming more and more sought after as more people are discovering the joy of owning and wearing a genuine piece from his collection.
Metal: Sterling silver
Material: enamel and resin
Dimensions: 2 49/64 inch (L) including bail x 1 49/64 inch (W) x 5/32 inch (D)
Markings: 'W SCHLUEP', '72', 'STERLING
Please note that the chain is not sold with the pendant.