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Hermann & Speck Pendant*
Jugendstil silver and plique-à-jour pendant necklace by the Pforzheim based jewellers Hermann & Speck dating from circa 1900.
An open urn-shaped outline, the silver frame overlaid with a mirrored pair of plique-à-jour enamelled lotus leaves, each with a small synthetic pearl in its axis.
In the centre is a faceted green glass stone beneath which sits a downward pointing three-lobed leaf.
Marked on the back with the H&S mark which is only partially visible due to the narrow silver area on which it is impressed. Also showing the usual Depose and 800 silver mark.
The width of the pendant is 3.5 cm and opened out the full length is 40 cm.