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Art Deco Silver and Chalcedony Earrings*
Pair of very stylish Art Deco drop earrings featuring blue chalcedony stones.
Crafted in silver and in three linked sections, the upper part set with a small rectangular stone, the centre section embellished with marcasites, and the lower part housing a large blue chalcedony.
The stone settings have a double claw on all four sides which further accentuates the very Deco look.
Unmarked, dating from circa 1930 and fitted with gold wires for additional comfort when wearing.
The earrings measure a little under 6 cm in length.