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French Art Nouveau Gold Necklace*
Necklace in two-colour 18 ct. gold, made in France during the Art Nouveau era, circa 1900.
Comprising a row of seven rose flowers separated by their stems and leaves, all in a mix of yellow and rose gold.
Six of the flowers are fixed in position, with the central one being on a pair of links to allow movement.
The unusual necklace chain is made up of elongated and contoured lengths separated by single links which allow it to fit comfortably on the neck.
French marks are impressed on the jump ring, and the necklace has a fully opened out length of 40 cm.
Weighing in on our scales at exactly 17 gms.