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Secessionist Silver Pendant*
Stylish Secessionist silver pendant, almost certainly Austrian in origin and with more than a suggestion of a Vienna Workshops look about it.
A geometric design with silver wirework shaped in a gentle upwards curve supporting in the centre four flat, elongated and tapering silver components which descend somewhat like rigid drops.
The dedicated necklace chain is fixed to the uppermost pair of rings placed at each end of the curved wire.
A simple but extremely effective design that has a very distinctive look when worn.
The length from the ring joining the two short chains is approximately 10 cm and the necklace chain is 49 cm long.