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Fahrner Filigree Pendant
Silver gilt pendant from the Pforzheim workshops of Theodor Fahrner dating from the mid 1930’s.
With a rounded somewhat diamond shaped outline and set in the centre with a faceted smoky quartz stone, the pendant is very three-dimensional and detailed with spirals of corded wire known as filigree work.
In addition, the contoured openwork ring around the centre stone is set with tiny marcasites which give just a little added sparkle.
The pendant, which is clearly marked on the back, hangs from its original dedicated bale which also shows a filigree detail. Including this, the length is just a little over 5 cm.
On a good silver chain measuring 56 cm.