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Hermann & Speck Plique-à-Jour Pendant*
Lovely Jugendstil silver and plique-à-jour pendant designed by the Pforzheim jewellery making partnership of Karl Hermann and Albert Speck.
Made between the years 1902 and 1906, this is a classic Hermann design with three heart shaped stylised leaves, each enamelled in shades of pink and blue, and each set with a little pearl at the top.
Above the openwork design of the stems is set a faceted light blue stone with a pair of enamelled leaves on either side.
Suspended at the bottom to complete a beautifully balanced look is a Missisippi wing pearl.
Marked on the back with the HS monogram.
Length of the pendant, including the bale, is 5 cm long and the silver chain measures 41 cm.