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Gudmund Hentze Brooch Pendant*
Wonderful Danish Arts & Crafts silver brooch pendant designed by Gudmund Hentze dating from circa 1900.
Depicting a scene of five doves perched amongst flowers and foliage and set with facetted amethysts and cabochon chrysoprase.
The flowers and leaves have a pale gold wash which subtly contrasts with the plain silver of the birds.
With a removable silver chain and a pin clasp so it can also be used as a brooch.
Made in the workshop of Mogens Ballin and marked BM Ballins EFT S 828, also showing the monogrammed mark HD.
The pendant measures approximately 8.5 cm in length and the chain is 49 cm long.