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Armlet - Marcos Davidson, Beaten Silver, 1980s Object Reg. No: SH 942367

Summary:
This armlet was commissioned by Prue Acton from the Melbourne jeweller Marcos Davidson in the 1980s. It was worn by the donor, with the silver lame dress in the Museum's collection (SH 942571.)

According to ex Marketing & General Manager of Prue Acton all ranges were accessorised for local and overseas markets.
Description:
Beaten silver armlet with incised decoration, two blue gemstones and nine smaller stones. Largest gemstone stamped with silver mark and stamped image of drum.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Ms Prue Acton, 1994
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 5.30 cm (Height), 6.50 cm (Width), 14.70 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: clothing accessories, fashion, fashion design, fashion industry, jewellery, women s clothing accessories, making history - prue acton
Themes this item is part of: Clothing & Textiles Collection, Domestic & Community Life Collection
Primary Classification: CLOTHING & PERSONAL ACCESSORIES
Secondary Classification: Jewellery
Tertiary Classification: armlets
Inscriptions: Largest gemstone stamped with silver mark and stamped image of drum.
Manufacturer: Marcos Davidson, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1980-1989
Commissioned By: Prue Acton Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1980-1989
User: Prue Acton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1980-1991
References: RMIT Collection

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