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French Silver and Plique-à-Jour Pendant
Very well made silver pendant necklace with a pleasingly shaped outline, set with a surround of little faceted clear paste stones and with plique-à-jour enamelling in a shade of leafy green to the cells in between.
The gently convex pendant hangs on two short lengths of chain from a dedicated suspender which is set with similar paste stones, as is the little detail immediately above the paste pearl drop.
Impressed with the French boar’s head hallmark on the back together with a maker’s mark set in a lozenge that we are unfortunately unable to identify.
Very early 1900’s and 7.5 cm. long including the suspender and drop.
The necklace chain measures 55 cm.