Kalo Sterling Silver Cherries Bracelet
Item No. BSO1300566
A sterling silver Chicago Arts & Crafts Kalo bracelet comprised of round openwork links depicting cherry clusters. American, circa 1920.
The Kalo Shop was a school and craft workshop in Chicago, started by Clara Barck Welles in 1900. Their handcrafted silver pieces, often set with semi-precious stones, reflect the influence of English Arts and Crafts style by designers such as C.R. Ashbee. Many of the pieces feature natural motifs, such as flowers and leaves, set within gentle curves and simple shapes. Kalo's goods were so popular that the shop remained in business until 1970.
"HAND WROUGHT STERLING KALO"
7 1/4", with a width of 1"