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Theodor Fahrner Jugendstil Brooch
Jugendstil silver brooch designed by J.M. Olbrich and made by Theodor Fahrner circa 1902.
An offset outline with two translucent green enamelled ovals and a matching chrysoprase cabochon.
In the centre of the top bar is a large wrap-over baroque pearl, beneath which two chains are suspended, each of a slightly different length and each with a wing pearl attached.
Marked deposé and 935 on the reverse, also with the TF maker’s mark.
Lit: Theodor Fahrner Jewelry, p. 124 – the same brooch shown with a moss agate stone in place of the pearl. Also, Art Nouveau Jewelry by Vivienne Becker, pl. 213 – a somewhat similar design with the wrap-over pearl.