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Ring attr. to Theodor Fahrner*
Silver ring with a striking design featuring an obliquely set triangular Swiss lapis cabochon at one end a a similarly shaped amazonite cabochon at the other.
These two stones bookend a contoured central feature decorated with a grained finish and set with a number of small faceted chalcedony stones set in raised circular mounts.
The shank is embellished all round with an etched foliate design.
Unmarked but well documented as a Fahrner piece designed by Gustav Braendle circa 1927.
The ring is a UK size ‘L’ and the top measures 3.5 cm by a little over 1.5 cm.