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Fahrner Silver-Gilt Cross*
Silver gilt cross pendant from Theodor Fahner dating from the 1930’s.
An elegant design with the four branches of the cross each flared and divided into three adjacent sections, separated by tiny marcasites.
Set in the centre is a faceted light blue stone with a further detail of four marcasites in the angles of the cross.
Fitted with the original dedicated bale and still on its original filigree chain.
Marked on the reverse ‘Original Fahrner’, and also with the TF mark and the 925 silver mark
The cross and bale together measure fraction below 8 cm in length. The chain is approximately 44 cm long.