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Art Nouveau Silver and Enamel Pendant
Silver and enamel pendant with a light, openwork design incorporating a pair of upward curving arrow-shaped silver leaves extending across the width, and partially framing the enamelled area.
Suspended on a pair of shorth lengths of chain from a central ring connecting to the matching necklace chain.
At the foot is a little baroque pearl drop.
No maker’s mark apparent, just the word Sterling on the back.
6 cm long from the suspender ring to the bottom of the drop, with the necklace chain measuring approximately 47 cm.