What’s It Worth? The Stunning Craftsmanship Of Jennifer Kalled

Collectibles come in many forms, and not only antiques. Mid-century modern is a term thrown around a lot, describing the style of things made from the 1950s to the 1980s.

We recently bought from an estate sale a huge collection of art moderne by famed designer Jennifer Kalled.

Ms. Kalled started her craft in Arizona in the mid-’80s with a more southwestern or Native American style, and gradually moved to a Klimt-like style (referring to Gustav Klimt, the famed Austrian symbolist, and secessionist).

Indeed, her creations have redefined a large portion of the mid-century modern/pop culture aspect of jewelry design. Here, we feature three examples of her dramatic work that typically retails for $1,000-$5,000.

We have over 35 examples from this collection for sale now at our Tampa location at a fraction of their original cost. We don’t usually use this column as advertising, but I thought you might like to take advantage of this rare opportunity to explore and possibly purchase some extraordinary jewelry.

We have experts here to evaluate and/or buy or sell at auction your jewelry and antiques. Comments, questions or suggestions for this column, please send to jeffreyphess@aol.com. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

JEFF HESS, Owner & Appraiser

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