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German Geometric Art Deco Necklace
Stylish geometric Art Deco necklace from Pforzheim, using pre-cut agates from the specialist workshops of Idar-Oberstein in the Rhineland-Palatine region of south-west Germany.
This area is known to have a history of gemstone cutting and polishing going back over several hundred years.
Beautifully made with the separate sections graduating in size from just a single claw-set green stone up to the central element which is styled with the green agates framing a pair of reddish brown agate squares, turned on to their corners.
Circa 1930 and so very Art Deco, on its original chain and with a total length of approximately 44 cm.