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German Silver and Plique-à-Jour Brooch*
German Jugendstil brooch made by one of the many jewellery makers based in Pforzheim between 1895 and 1905.
Of an openwork design with two stems of plique-a-jour enamelled leaves below an opposing pair of white enamelled crescent shapes and an oval housing a sodolite cabochon.
Four little faceted blue glass stones add accent and the brooch is completed with a baroque pearl drop.
Unmarked and measuring 3.5 cm wide.