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Art Nouveau Girl’s Portrait Pendant
Art Nouveau silver-gilt and plique-à-jour pendant featuring the full face portrait in high relief of a young Nouveau maiden.
With her long tresses hanging down and curling inwards below her neck, she’s seen against a contoured and flower shaped outer frame with the cells plique-à-jour enamelled in a shade of pink.
Unmarked but known to be French in origin and well crafted, dating from the very early 1900’s.
The pendant is suspended on two short lengths of chain from a decorative ring which connects to the matching necklace chain.
A fraction below 6.5 cm long from the top of the ring with the necklace chain measuring 45 cm.