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Art Nouveau Carved Horn Fuschia Pendant
French Art Nouveau carved horn pendant in the form of two elegantly hanging fuschia flowers surrounded by their leaves.
Subtly coloured, as these horn pendants usually are, the pale pinky red of the elongated flowers contrasts well with the yellowy green of the leaves and the pale amber stems.
On a knotted dark tan cord tied with a pair of red glass beads a little way above the pendant and with no fastener, the cord simply being knotted at the ends.
No signature but typical of the bijoux de corne that was popularised by the likes of Elizabeth Bonté, Georges Pierre and others in the early 1900's.
The pendant is a touch over 6.5 cm long, with the cord measuring approximatey 88 cm.