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Art Nouveau Silver and Enamel Pendant*
Stylish Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant that’s a little bit different to most that we see.
The shaped outline is detailed all around and topped with a tied bow with ribbons falling and curving downwards, and on each shoulder of the pendant is a little silver flower.
Swags descend from beneath the bow into the enamelled area adding further detail.
The centre is enamelled in shades of blue and yellow, showing an attractive ‘bobbled’ effect and a little baroque pearl is suspended below.
Hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1909 and showing a partial but rather rubbed maker’s mark, all we can decipher being what appears to be a ‘J’.
The pendant, including its bale and drop, measure a touch below 6 cm and the chain has a length of 57 cm.