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Carved Mother-of-Pearl Portrait Pendant*
Delightful Art Nouveau carved mother-of-pearl pendant necklace featuring the profile portrait of a young woman.
The oval plaque is bordered by a narrow silver frame decorated with a marcasite design detail, and with a bell flower shaped silver drop suspended below to which is attached a black tassel.
A black silk cord necklace chain wraps around the outside of the pendant and has a matching silver and marcasite slider attached so that the length of the fall can be varied if desired. It is fitted with a dedicated bolt ring fastener.
Attributed to the artist Alfred Pocock and dating from the early 1900’s.
The decorative oval silver disc is approximately 4 cm in length and, with the slider at its lowest setting, the cord is 63 cm long.