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Jugendstil Pendant attr. to Heinrich Levinger*
Jugendstil silver and enamel pendant, unmarked but attributed to Heinrich Levinger.
An openwork oval in main outline with the enamelled solid centre, showing a detail of little silver dots, extending downwards in a fan shape.
Set in the centre of the widest part of the fan is a teardrop shaped Swiss lapis cabochon.
The pendant is completed with a fine Mississippi pearl drop.
Just a fraction below 6 cm long, including the bale and the pearl drop. The chain, which has a barrel type clasp, measures 42 cm in length.