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Art Deco Berber Silver Necklace*
Colourful enamelled silver pendant made in Morocco for the French market around 1925. This type of jewellery was very popular with the Art Deco ladies of the times.
A silver triangle edged with a rope pattern contains the nicely detailed enamel and a central deep red stone.
Suspended below on silver rings are three drops, also with the same red stones.
Unmarked but tested for silver, with the chain marked 925.
The pendant has a total length of approximately 5.5 cm and the chain is 47 cm long.