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  • The “Twenty Buck” Bracelet

    Verdura loved the bold design and Native American iconography of Theodore Roosevelt’s “Indian Head” coins. Set with one ten dollar coin and two five dollar coins, the “Twenty Buck” Charm Bracelet represents Verdura’s whimsical tribute to his adopted country.

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The Verdura Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 10am - 6pm

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745 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1205 New York, NY 10151 | Phone: +1 (212) 758-3388
The Verdura Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 10am - 6pm

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Fulco and the New World

This milestone pendant coin bracelet is an important archival example of Duke Fulco di Verdura's fascination with the natural wonders and artistic freedom of the “New World.” Since childhood, Fulco was enraptured with the history and dress of Native Americans, eventually collecting a rare portfolio of lithographs of the McKenney-Hall History of the Indian Tribes of North America (1837-44), hand-colored plate copies of portraits of Native American chiefs originally executed by Charles Bird King and other artists c. 1821-30.

The $10 gold piece (1907-1933) was designed by America’s top sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and the $5 gold Indian Head coin (1908-1929), of which there are two, was designed by Bela Lyon Pratt, a student of Saint-Gaudens. The historical relevance of these coins is significant: the portrait of a Native American in full headdress came to be recognized world-wide as a symbol of strength and perseverance.

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