Point Dume: Named for the breathtaking California coastline where Amanda grew up.
A peninsula juts out just south of Malibu beach creating a private beach area. Which is why it was "clothing optional" for several decades.
Later the ending to Planet of the Apes was filmed at this beach.
- 2 Bauhaus gold trim white triangles
- Opal glass faceted bead
- Brass semi circle focal 3" wide
- 14k delicate elongated chain 20" + 1" extender
- Lobster clasp
Bauhaus beads beautified with brass. I take raw bass and shape it, sand it, buff it then lacquer it. The lacquer gives it a satin top coat.
Over time the brass will warm against your skin sculpting a one of a kind golden bronze ombre finish. Your retro piece will become a completely unique design with each adventure.
Pass this heritage jewelry down generations revealing a life fully lived.
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These beads are composed of hand blown German glass in the Bauhaus style during the 1920’s. The innovative design studio was breaking ground in the new “Modernism” industrial ideology making art more vivid.
Their bold ideas led the way to Impressionism, Pop Art & Minimalism. These gorgeous beads range from interlocking oviform in frosted neon to multi-faceted round intense sapphire painted with 24k gold.
During WWII the factory was bombed reducing it to rubble. Designers vanished. Molds broken. It was decades later when the family went to rebuild, the beads were found in the debris.
Since they cannot be reproduced, the beads are rare and highly prized.
My husband and I were traveling through Europe when fate intervened and we met the family over dinner. By dessert, I had purchased as much of the collection as possible.
All retro jewelry is designed by Amanda Uber using the rare beads along with the principles of Bauhaus, Pop Art and Minimalism as inspiration.