Eric De Kolb was an Austrian-born surrealistic artist, painter, sculptor, jewelry and fashion designer.
Each of his pieces are a work of art, and are extremely rare.
He was commissioned by Pope John Paul II to paint "The Miracles of St. Anthony"
In New York City, Eric de Kolb owned the Gallery d' Hautbarr. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, the famous Bodley Gallery in New York City became a major showcase for Eric de Kolb's work. De Kolb was hailed by critics as a modern Cellini for his one-man show of miniature sculptures at the Kleeman Gallery.
More About the Piece:
This particular item up for sale is one depicting two knights battling out for the crown.
It is truly made as a sculpture. It is 3D, the battle takes place on both sides.
The person wearing this will be wearing a hand made work of art.
|14k Yellow Gold|
|Pendant Size:||83mm long ( including bale) x 54mm|
14k Eric De Kolb