Spectacular Super Rare 1972 Thomas Fattorini Scarab bangle bracelet
This is one of those OMG pieces, super hard to find.
Made in 1972 for the times newspaper for the British museum, during the Tutankhamun exhibit.
It is 2" wide at the front, the back is .85".
Signed on the back, has normal wear you would expect for a piece this old, there are some areas on the edge on back, that has some plating loss.
There were only limited amounts of this bracelet produced, the last one to sell, sold fairly recently for $1550.
This is a true investment piece!
stunning Egyptian Thomas Fattorini investment piece, relevant today, with a wonderful historical aspect. Made by Thomas Fattorini, Birmingham, UK, this signed bracelet was part of a range commissioned by the Times newspaper, originally for sale at the British Museum, London, during the Tutankhamun Exhibition in 1972. Stunning Egyptian Cuff Bracelet is designed with an impactful combination of gilt metal and enamel, showcasing perfectly the dramatic faux lapis lazuli scarab centerpieces. This Egyptian Thomas Fattorini plaque on the necklace measures approx cuff approx. 6.89 inches internal circumference by approx. 1.69i inches deep at the front. Signed ' Thomas Fattorini, Birmingham'. The condition can be described as very good with fair to minimal age and some plating loss on the edge at back due to appropriate wear. Further information can be found directly at the Thomas Fattorini website. It is exciting and rare to find this bracelet in original vintage condition.