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Etienne David Pendant Necklace*
Large and impressive early 1920’s Art Deco pendant necklace designed and made by the French jeweller Etienne David.
Made of silver and octagonal in outline, with a repoussé beaded detail framing the oval Lapis Lazuli cabochon.
The pendant is attached to the original long fancy silver chain.
Jewellery by Etienne David is now highly sought after and this piece is marked on the reverse with the maker’s mark, a conjoined backwards ED. Also showing the hourglass hallmark.
The pendant itself is a touch over 5.5 cm long and the chain has a length of approximately 70 cm.