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Art Nouveau Gold and Plique-à-Jour Pendant from Pforzheim*
Delightful high carat Art Nouveau gold pendant with the portrait of a young maiden.
She wears a necklace of little diamonds and is framed by intertwining leaves and enamelled buds and flowers.
Green plique-à-jour enamelling forms the background, inset between the openwork gold design.
This very beautiful pendant is completed by a pearl drop with a small diamond set immediately above.
No maker’s mark but originating from Pforzheim around 1900.
On a 9 ct. gold rope pattern chain with a barrel type clasp measuring 42 cm in length. The pendant, including the gold bale, is just over 4.5 cm long.
Complete with a removable attachment for the back, enabling it to be worn as a brooch if desired.