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Heinrich Levinger Pendant*
Jugendstil silver pendant with a pretty much circular outline, showing a narrow beaded feature running down the centre inside a strip of blue enamel.
Gently convex in shape and set with an oval hematite cabochon, with another, smaller and circular forming the drop below.
Early 1900’s and marked for Levinger & Bissinger with their HL logo on the back, and also for 800 silver plus the usual déposé mark.
Including the bale and drop, the length is 4.5 cm with the necklace chain measuring 47 cm in length.