Wonderful brooch, which can be also worn as a pendant, filled with a beautiful cabochon. The oval cabochon is made from a special porcelain called phanolith-porcelain ("see-through-stone") or jasperware. It shows an stylized portrait of a lady with long hair. This kind of porcelain was invented about 1900 by Johann Baptist Stahl, who worked for the famous german manufactor Villeroy & Boch. Phonolith was used for jewelry, vessels and lamps. This piece of jewelry is fully marked and was created in the middle of the 20th century. Chain loop is hinged. Back side with safety needle closure. Very good condition!
Measures 1,7 x 1,8 inch (height incl. loop)
Weight 17,15 g
In sterling silver
Worldwide shipping on demand
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