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Austrian Art Nouveau Gold Pendant
Pendant in 14 ct. gold dating from the very early 1900’s.
Almost certainly Austrian in origin and crafted in the Art Nouveau or Jugendstil style.
An openwork design with the shaped outline enclosing stems and a pair of leaves that are in a slightly lighter shade of gold.
The two stylised buds or flowers emerging beside the leaves are set, one with a sapphire cabochon and the other with a tiny pearl.
At the foot is a baroque pearl drop on a single link which balances the overall look perfectly.
Marked 585 for 14 ct. gold and also with what looks to be a maker’s mark although we have been unable to identify exactly who this might have been.
Measuring 4.5 cms. long including the bale and the pearl drop.
The pendant is on a 15 ct. gold necklace chain which has a length of approximately 57 cms.