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Ede Kurrel. Bracelet. 1945.
Silver In the 1930s Ede Kurrel began to work in the filigree technique that had fallen into oblivion by then. An important innovation was the spiral motif that brought plasticity and relief into jewellery. At the World Exhibition in Paris in 1937 Ede Kurrel received the Small Silver Medal for her filigree jewellery. The role model set by Ede Kurrel’s works determined directly the looks of Estonian filigree jewellery in the 1940s-1950s.