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Art Deco Necklace
Stylish Art Deco silver necklace with a somewhat Fahrner look, embellished with contrasting blue chalcedony and black onyx.
The main pendant comprises a circular chalcedony ring, tapering in width, suspended from a decorative silver bale which in turn links to a triangular black onyx feature.
The necklace chain is further decorated with blue chalcedony triangles and black onyx rings, the two shapes having transposed from blue to black and vice versa.
There is a distinctly Fahrner look to the remainder of the necklace chain which is fitted with a bolt ring fastener.
Circa 1930 and with an overall length of approximately 47 cm.