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Jugendstil Pendant by Levinger*
German Jugendstil silver pendant made by the Pforzheim firm of Levinger & Bissinger, dating from circa 1905.
Showing a very typical Jugendstil balanced design with blue-grey plique-à-jour enamelling and sporting two splendid wing pearls, one fixed and the other on a single link forming the drop.
The pendant is suspended on two short lengths of chain from a central ring which connects to the matching necklace chain, all of which is original.
Clearly marked on the back with the linked HL mark for Heinrich Levinger.
Measuring 7.5 cm long, including the ring and the pearl drop, with the remainder of the chain having a length of approximately 42 cm.