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Ch. Peltant Enamel Pendant*
Delightful Art Nouveau Limoges enamel pendant signed by the artist Ch. Peltant.
High quality enamelling with good strong colours portray the profile of a young maiden wearing a headscarf. With a small baroque pearl drop below.
Dating from around 1910 and signed verso Ch. Peltant, Limoges. The frame is approximately 4.5 cm long and 3.5 cm wide.
Nice condition with a couple of unsurprising minor scratches to the enamel.
On a 9 ct gold rope pattern chain with a length of 48 cm.