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Jugendstil Pendant by Martin Mayer*
Jugendstil pendant in 18 ct. gold from the Pforzheim maker Martin Mayer.
An approximately oval, openwork and fluid design with the outer gold ring enclosing sprays of pale green enamelled leaves of mistletoe that emerge on their stems from the top.
Four pearls are set between the leaves, in the form of the mistletoe’s silvery white berries, the overall look being very three dimensional.
Late 1800’s to very early 1900’s and marked on the back with the Martin Mayer wheel and star, together with 750 for 18 ct. gold.
A touch over 3 cm wide with the 9 ct. gold attached necklace chain measuring a little under 48 cm.