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Austrian Enamelled Portrait Pendant
Highly individual silver and enamel pendant that we believe to be Austrian in origin.
The central plaque displays an almost full face portrait, in impressionist style, of a girl with long curly red hair and vivid blue eyes. Her image stands out against a gold background which appears to be foiled behind the surface enamel.
Framed along all four sides, but not at the corners, with a fluted silver border.
Early 1900’s, the pendant is 3 cm long including its frame, 4 cm with the bale.
On an old silver chain with a barrel clasp and a length of 43 cm.