Large Art Nouveau pendant in silver 800 / - with a carnelian

Item number: A021509.2

Antique Art Nouveau pendant

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320,00 €

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The driving work was already known in antiquity as a technique of metalworking. When driving, a sheet metal or solid material is usually plastically deformed when cold. This is often done by hand using a hammer or forging hammer. This type of metalworking has been and is often used in handicrafts: jewelry, vessels and candlesticks.

Magnificent large pendant with carnelian. The highly oval carnelian cabochon shows a frame setting. It is surrounded by an openwork garland, which is adorned with bluebells and leaves. In the upper area there is an abstract floral finish with a pendant eyelet. Marked, master's mark unknown. Around 1900.

Dimensions & details
- 800 silver
- Weight 8.74 g
- 6 x 3 cm
- Condition: very good


Shipping weight: 0,20 Kg
Product weight: 0,10 Kg
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