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Jugendstil Portrait Brooch by Meyle & Mayer
German Jugendstil silver and enamel brooch from the Pforzheim jewellery making workshops of Meyle & Mayer.
Semi-openwork in design with flowers and leaves across the width and, above this, a green enamelled area divided by two of the leaves into three sections, framing the face of a long-haired young maiden.
Fitted with a silver drop set with a chrysoprase cabochon.
Marked on the reverse with the Meyle & Mayer dragonfly mark together with ‘depose’ and the 900 silver content.
Circa 1900 and with a width of 4.5 cm.