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Jugendstil Pendant from Pforzheim*
Pretty and ornately designed German Jugendstil silver pendant featuring an enamelled open flower with a small pearl in its centre, on a tall stem with a pair of green enamelled leaves below.
Behind the flower, arched across the top part of the pendant, is a plique-à-jour detail in a shade of pale translucent green.
The silver framed outline is crafted to show an interlinked effect which adds a lightness of look to the overall design.
At the foot a nicely shaped wing pearl is suspended forming the drop.
No marks other than that for 935 silver, but with a distinctly Levinger & Bissinger look and certainly from Pforzheim, circa 1900.
The pendant and drop have a combined length of 5 cm and the necklace chain measures approximately 46 cm.