Bold Vintage submissive Dress Collar and Cuff

jacob-hull-collar-and-cuff-cleaned-up-version

Click photo for purchase: Etsy for just the Collar $295

This vintage Danish Modernist silver plate necklace and bracelet cuff (click to purchase set) was designed by metal artist Jacob Hull for B & D, Buch & Deichmann, circa 1970s. $238 for the set.

  • The bracelet measures 7″ around on the inside, end-to-end metal.
  • The opening is another 1-1/2″ for a total circumference of about 8-1/2″.
  • The width of the bracelet is 1 1/2 inches.
  • It weighs 44.1 grams.
  • Necklace measures 13″ around and has a opening of 2-1/4″. Is 1-1/4″ at its widest.
  • The necklace weighs 65.6 grams total weight.
  • The inside is hallmarked with the B & D logo, the JACOB HULL signature name – DENMARK.
  • Necklace and bracelet are in excellent vintage condition.

Hull’s work was exhibited internationally in the early 1970s and was sold at Illums Bolighus, the upscale Copenhagen store for Danish Design. Hull’s designs were handmade at his workshop where they were given his personal attention. He died in 1993. His work is as much an investment in exceptional Scandinavian design as it is a great-looking piece of jewelry to wear and a great addition to any fine jewelry collection.

dievca would love to see this set with a simple black dress and heels or heeled boots. Clean-lined to show-off the gorgeous Collar.  Stunning and bold to present and be an asset for your Sir or Master.


10 Comments on “Bold Vintage submissive Dress Collar and Cuff”

    • dievca says:

      Thank you — I keep wondering if it looks good with the tarnishing or if the set would need to be cleaned up. The cleaning might be tough with the amethyst.

  1. Pelelotus says:

    Sado- chic Scandinavian style. X

  2. Incredible! this work has exquisite shapes, colours and textures. Everything is sublime! Congrats ❤

  3. Heartafire says:

    Bottom right. Wow!


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