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Jugendstil Silver and Aventurine Pendant*
German Jugendstil openwork silver pendant with a shield-shaped outline framing an oval aventurine stone.
The silver frame loops over the stone at each side, adding a fluidity to the design which is further detailed at top and bottom.
At the foot hangs a silver mounted pearl and the pendant connects to the necklace chain via a dedicated bale which adds a further design feature.
Unmarked but known to be German in origin and dating from the very early 1900’s.
Length including the bale and pearl drop is 5.5 cm with the chain measuring approximately 55 cm.