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Pendant by Amy Sandheim
Openwork silver ball-shaped pendant atttributed to Amy Sandheim, unmarked but showing all the hallmarks of her work.
Set with three facted citrines spaced centrally around the slightly oval shaped ball, each one separated by a spray of heart-shaped leaves.
Above and below the citrines the silver is fashioned into a circular cup shape detailed with an almost geometric design which gives the pendant a somewhat middle-eastern look.
Faceted garnets are spaced at intervals all around, with one also in the bale. The drop looks to be another, slightly darker citrine.
Suspended on a long (approximately 93 cm) and very ornate chain fitted with a lobster claw type fastener. The pendant is close to 6.5 cm in length, including the bale and drop.