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Art Nouveau Plique-à-Jour Pendant
Silver gilt and green plique-à-jour pendant that is unmarked but believed to be either Austrian or German in origin.
With an upright stylised pair of wings which, towards the top, frame in high relief the face of a curly haired young cherub.
The cells of the wings are all enamelled throughout in the same shade of grassy green, and at the foot hangs a set teardrop shaped garnet cabochon.
The pendant hangs on two lengths of chain from a ring which connects to the 9 ct. gold necklace chain.
Including both rings, the total length is 7 cm with the necklace chain measuring approximately 43 cm.
Dating from circa 1900.