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Silver Necklace by Henri-Victor Miault*
French Art Nouveau silver necklace by Henri-Victor Miault dating from circa 1905-10.
The focal point is a cluster of three open flowers, the centre one suspended between and below the other two.
On an openwork chain with elongated links and a couple of partially open flower buds spaced a short way along the chain above the main floral feature.
Showing the Miault mark on the back and French silver marks on the wirework above the right-hand flower.
The necklace when opened out has a total length of approximately 41 cm.