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Jugendstil Plique-à-Jour Pendant*
German Jugendstil silver gilt, plique-à-jour and blister pearl pendant dating from around 1900 and probably made in Pforzheim.
A pair of stylised open wings are divided into a number of cells, all of which are plique-à-jour enamelled in a shade of yellowy-green.
Completed with a little pearl drop, this is a stylish pendant and typical of much of the jewellery that originated from that important centre during the Art Nouveau era.
Approximately 4.5 cm wide with the necklace chain measuring 44cm in length.