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Art Deco Silver Wings*
English Art Deco silver and amethyst pendant nacklace from the 1920’s.
The pair of outspread feathered wings, containing a centrally placed amethyst and a little blister pearl drop, are suspended on two short chains from a silver bale.
The original silver chain has a lovely old clasp, the type of which is not often seen any more.
Width is a touch over 4.5 cm and the length including the bale and the drop is just under 7 cm.