Modernist pendant in gold with a carnelian cabochon

Item number: A82186.2

Carnelian pendant in gold setting from the 1950s

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Carnelian is an opaque to slightly translucent, two-tone red-white to orange-white banded variety of chalcedony. It was valued as a gemstone in antiquity and is particularly found on ancient rings. Even today, carnelian is offered as a gem, usually in the form of cabochons or gems.
 
Unique modernist trailer. Round, slightly banded frame in gold. In the middle, in a rising version, a round carnelian cabochon is mounted. Unique, made by hand. Marked, mark of an unknown goldsmith, Germany, 20th century.

Dimensions & details
- 585 / - (14 ct) gold
- Weight 8.46 g
- 2.3 x 3.5 cm

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