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Silver and Citrine Pendant Necklace*
Silver pendant necklace with an openwork design set with a splendid oval faceted citrine and another, smaller in size, in the suspender above.
An openwork scrolling design detailed with little silver studs in the centre of each wirework whorl.
The decorative chain comprises open flowers alternating with single elongated links over its entire length.
Early 1900’s and probably Continental in origin, possibly Bohemian but we are unable to attribute a precise region.
Marked on the clasp for 925 silver and measuring approximately 7 cm in length including the suspender. The chain is 46 cm long.