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Iron and Silver Pendant from Georg Jensen*
Oval pendant from the workshops of Georg Jensen, made around 1945 at a time when there was a shortage of precious materials such as gold and silver, and Danish craftsmen began incorporating iron and bronze in the making of their jewellery.
This pendant is made of iron with just the inlaid design in silver, showing a pair of stripy fish swimming in opposite directions again st a backdrop of underwater plantlife.
Designed by Arno Malinowski who created many stunning designs for the Georg Jensen company.
Marked on the back and showing the model no. 5025.
Approximately 5.5 cm long, including the original bale, with the chain around 46 cm.