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Theodor Fahrner Silver & Enamel Pendant
Silver pendant from Theodor Fahrner, in the form of an open flower against a green enamelled background, set with a little faceted green stone in its centre.
The circular outline is framed with a studded border and topped with an ornate ribonned silver gilt garland.
At the foot hangs a baroque pearl drop which appears to emerge from tiny silver sepals.
Circa 1910-14 and stamped with th TF maker’s mark, Deposé and with the silver content of 935.
The pendant measures 3.5 cm in length including the drop, and the attached silver chain, which has a six sided barrel type clasp, is approximately 53 cm long.