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Fancy Link Chain and Pendant*
19th Century fancy link chain and star pendant. Sixteen separate plaques, each enamelled on both sides with three different flowers, are joined by short sections of chain.
The pendant, with six further matching plaques branching from a central circular enamelled cabochon, is supended beneath.
Intricately designed and very well made, this was almost certainly a Grand Tour memento and dates from around 1860 – 1880.
Complete with its original velvet-lined fitted case, this necklace is in excellent condition with a length of approximately 43 cm. The pendant measures is 5cm across.