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German Art Deco Geometric Pendant*
Stylish Art Deco semi-openwork silver pendant with a geometric outline, set with a central pink coral cabochon.
An upright and contoured, approximate diamond shape with fine workmanship incorporating green and black enamelwork and a further detail of tiny marcasites.
The central section shows a foliate design running from top to bottom above and below the coral, with the two outer areas having a more geometric pattern accented with enamel.
Suspended from the original dedicated bale which is also set with marcasites.
German and very well made, with a definite look of Fahrner about it, but the pendant is unmarked other than for 935 silver.
A little over 5 cm long including the bale, with the necklace chain measuring 45 cm.