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French Arts & Crafts style Pendant
Unusual and rather individual pendant necklace crafted in silver in the Arts & Crafts style, bearing French silver marks on the fastener.
With an open look, the main pendant hangs on two short lengths of chain from a decorative central suspender which connects at the top to the necklace chain.
Each component is set with a turquoise stone showing an inscription of some sort, possibly with middle eastern or north African symbols.
The main pendant is set with rubies at intervals all around the perimeter and three little emeralds complete the array of stones.
Fitted with a rather unique chain which matches throughout and has a toggle type fastener.
The two sections together measure 7.5 cms. in length with the remainder of the necklace chain being approximately 41 cms. long.
Probably dating from the 1920’s.