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Delightful little silver and enamel brooch from the Pforzheim manufactory of Levinger & Bissinger, circa 1905.
An openwork design with an approximately circular outline in the form of a pair of stylised lotus leaves, enamelled in green and blue.
Set in the centre are two opals, one round and one oval, and two tiny red stones that are too small for us to test but may well be rubies.
From beneath the geometric detail at the foot hangs a natural pearl drop.
Marked Deposé and 900 with no maker's mark but a known Levinger design.
Measuring 2.75 cm in width.