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Flying Swallow Brooch by Meyle & Mayer*
Streamlined Jugendstil silver and enamel flying swallow brooch from the Pforzheim jewellery making partnership of Meyle & Mayer.
Crafted in silver, with the bird enamelled in a silvery blue colour, shading lighter towards the tail, and with a line of graduated seed pearls on the leading edges of the wings.
Swooping, as it flies with its head slightly turned, a single red enamelled eye is also just visible.
Marked on the back with the Meyle & Mayer dragonfly and also the words Depose and Sterling.
Extremely stylish and a good size with a width of 8 cm.