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Etienne David Girl’s Face Pendant*
Rare and striking silver pendant from Etienne (also known as Emile) David who produced jewellery in France in the 1920’s and 30’s that is now highly sought after.
Approximately square in shape and showing the full face of a young girl with her eyes closed, her oval face framed by her hair sweeping down and around it.
The original chain is attached to a bar at the top and has no clasp, simply fitting over the wearer’s head.
Marked verso with the conjoined backward facing ED, and at both ends of the top bar with silver marks. The pendant measures approximately 4 cm long by 3 cm wide.
N.B. The dark areas on the face in the photos are reflection – this is difficult to avoid when photographing, particularly in close-up.