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Necklace by Theodor Fahrner
Stunning Art Deco silver necklace made by Theodor Fahrner in the late 1920’s.
The pendant is suspended below a black onyx ring, the main element being set with a large faceted smoky quartz stone together with amazonites and marcasites. This hangs beneath a narrower component in three articulated parts, each set with marcasites and smaller smoky quartz stones.
On an ornate dedicated necklace chain in matching style, set with marcasites and further decorated with black enamel.
Both the pendant and chain are marked with the TF maker’s mark and the silver content of 935.
Measuring 9 cm in length from the integral bale attached to the black onyx ring, with the main pendant 4 cm wide. The necklace chain has a length of approximately 42 cm.