emmy van leersum at 'delux strikes a pose' exhibition
 
emmy van leersum at 'delux strikes a pose' exhibition emmy van leersum at 'delux strikes a pose' exhibition
sep 28, 2009

emmy van leersum at 'delux strikes a pose' exhibition

armband, 1982/84 – broken lines collection image © designboom

dutch designer emmy van leersum (1930 -1984) was known for her avant garde jewellery. together with her husband gijs bakker they created a range of jewelery adopting industrial materials, made exaggerated collars and emphasized joins in their pieces. for the first time in 25 years the work of the creative couple was displayed in the ‘delux strikes a pose’ exhibition held at oude kerk (a real church) in amsterdam. the show was one of the events of dutch design double.

armband, 1982/84 – broken lines collection image © designboom

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geometric systematic bracelets, 1971 image © designboom

geometric systematic bracelets, 1971 image © designboom

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shoulder pieces, 1967 image © designboom

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shoulder pieces, 1967 image © designboom

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armband, 1966 image © designboom

tie clip, 1965 image © designboom

collier, 1962 image © designboom

brooches and earrings, 1980/82 – broken lines collection image © designboom

armbands, 1980/82 – broken lines collection image © designboom

image © designboom

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