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Elizabeth Bonté Horn Pendant
French Art Noveau carved horn pendant in he form of a moth, signed on the back by Elizabth Bonté.
With a blue glass body imitating turquoise matrix and three similar coloured beads sandwiched between little black beads knotted at intervals along the doubled necklace cord.
At the foot is suspended a long, tapering turquoise coloured drop.
The pendant and drop together measure 9.5 cm in length and the necklace cord, which is simply knotted to fit over the head, is 84 cm long.