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Jugendstil Plique-à-Jour Pendant
German Jugendstil silver gilt and plique-à-jour pendant made in Pforzheim during the late 1890’s.
An extremely stylish design with five separate plaques, their cells plique-à-jour enamelled in shades of green, the three larger ones each being set with a central pearl.
Two little red glass stones sit either side of a large oval mother of pearl disc and the pendant is completed with three baroque pearl drops.
Marked on the reverse ‘Depose’ and 900 indicating the silver content.
Length is 6 cm including the bale and the lowest drop, and the silver gilt chain measures 46 cm.