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German Jugendstil Silver Pendant*
German Art Nouveau silver pendant with an openwork design. It has a slightly rounded triangle shape with a round garnet (somewhat more red in colour than our photos show) encased in silver below.
Marked 800 on the back with the bale marked 925.
Dating from around 1900 but the sterling silver necklace chain has been attached at a later date.
The pendant with its bale measures around 4 cm in length and the chain is approximately 47 cm long.