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Jugendstil Silver and Plique-à-Jour Pendant*
German Jugendstil silver pendant from Pforzheim dating from the early 900’s.
Featuring an open design which encloses a pair of plique-à-jour enamelled leaves and an eight-petalled flower set with a little pink stone in its centre.
The outline of the pendant sweeps downwards on each side to meet just below the flower where a rather splendid wing pearl is suspended to form the drop.
Completely original throughout and marked on both the front and the back, although we are unable to identify any particular maker.
The pendant is approximately 4 cm wide and, opened out, the full length is 50 cm.