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Fahrner Silver Gilt Necklace*
Stylish silver gilt necklace from Theodor Fahrner dating from around 1940.
In the early 1930’s the Fahrner company began making a range of brooches, pendants, rings and necklaces that they called filigree jewellery. Every piece was hand soldered, calling for a very high level of workmanship, and this example is typical.
Cleverly designed, beautifully made and very Art Deco.
The main element is a little over 5 cm long and when opened out the necklace has a length of 38 cm.