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Silver and Rose Quartz Necklace by Rudolf Steiner*

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Pendant necklace designed by the Austrian born philosopher, social reformer and architect Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) who was the founder of the Anthroposophical Society.

Between the years 1907 and 1925, Steiner created some stunning jewellery designs which were executed by a small number of appointed goldsmiths and silversmiths, mainly Bertha Meyer-Jacobs and Karl Morh. 

This pendant, with its gently angular outline and scalloped interior, framing a large rose quartz stone in the centre, was executed by Bertha Meyer-Jacobs circa 1920.

Showing the maker’s mark and silver content mark on both the back of the bale and the clasp.

The pendant, including its bale is around 6 cm in length and the chain is 54 cm long. 

Ref: 12929

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