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Gourdel Vales Pendant
Fine silver pendant, hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1907, from the Snglo French partnership of Gourdel, Vales & Co. who were of Gt. Marlborough Street, London.
With a hammered finish to the silver, the pendant is double sided and nicely contoured giving it a distinctly three dimensional look.
Detailed in the centre with a tapering four sided area enamelled in orange shading downwards to blue and with a natural baroque pearl drop.
The pendant is clearly marked on both sides and measures 4.5 cm long including the bale and the drop.
The silver necklace chain, which has a barrel type fastener, is 42 cm in length.