He used neutral tones set off against jeweled colors. Some of his necklaces are made with chains…others use rope to intensify the earth tones. Some are signed on a tortoise like backing…others are not. But his style is very identifiable. He worked at the same time as Line Vautrin…but impossible to know how they might have influence each other.
Henry gilt necklace with long faux amethyst bead pendant, c. late 1960s. 18" chain + 6" pendant SOLD
Henry gilt necklace with split pendant on chain and smaller amethyst pendant, c. late 1960s. 18" chain + 5" pendant
Henry gilt necklace with intricate turquoise bead pendant, c. late 1960s. 22" chain + 4" pendant
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