Striking pewter necklace in the Brutalist style by noted Canadian jewelry designer Robert Larin.
Approx. Size: 30″ Long (76 cm); Links are 2″ (5)
Condition: Very good
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Robert Larin Necklace Details
- Robert Larin pewter link necklace.
- Striated links in a Brutalist design.
- Continuous links, no clasp.
- Circa 1960s.
Robert Larin was a jewelry designer based in Montreal, Quebec. His brutalist and modernist designs were handcrafted usually made of cast pewter or sterling silver.
What is Brutalist Jewelry?
The Brutalist movement was an architectural style that emerged in the mid-20th century and gained popularity in the late 1950s and 1960s. It descended from the modernist architectural movement of the late 19th century and of the first half of the 20th century. Brutalism progressed to artists and jewelry makers resulting in a distinctive, avant-garde style.
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