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Jugendstil Silver and Enamel Fairy Pendant*
Austrian Jugendstil upright oval silver pendant with a fairy standing side-on, holding a large bunch of flowers.
She’s bending her head slightly to look down at the flowers and one of her curls is falling forward over her forehead.
The dark blue enamelled background contrasts beautifully with the silver of the fairy together with the assorted colours of the flowers.
With a narrow patterned border framing the picture, this is a charming and unusual piece, on what is possibly the original chain with its somewhat unusual clasp.
Unmarked and dating from late 1800’s to early 1900’s.
Approximately 5 cm long, including the bale, with the necklace chain measuring 49 cm.