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Silver and Amazonite Brooch from Pforzheim*
Silver brooch with two side-by-side amazonite oval cabochons, each surrounded by an enamelled border in a similar shade of turquoise blue.
With a baroque pearl suspended below on two short chains, and another slightly smaller pearl drop immediately above.
Probably originating from Pforzheim circa 1900 and marked on the back with the initials KFK (for Kark Karst perhaps?) and the 800 silver mark.
The brooch is just over 3.5 cm wide.