This silver and semi-precious stone pendant necklace is a real statement of modernist design; simple, elegant but very stylish. The shape is hard to describe, suffice to say it forms an equilateral triangle but having an extended double bar with angled finials at the top. Inside this bar another parallel downward bar, with a loop to the rear for the chain, leads to a star formation in the centre. Said star has seven points, four in little silver balls and three in deep, rich lapis. At the heart of the star sits a single cultured pearl. This piece draws elements of classic jewellery design but with a modernist twist.
Its origins are hard to trace. It is marked to the rear with “foreign” and “sterling”, together with import marks for London 1972. There is a final cartouche with the initials PF but despite our best efforts this (presumably) maker has remained elusive. However, the design and date would very much suggest this gorgeous pendant originated somewhere in Northern Europe – most likely Germany although the design is reminiscent of seventies Scandinavian style. The pendant comes with an associated silver belcher chain.
It would be hard to find a piece in such good condition. All silver intact and with no mis-shapes. All stones present and correct and with a fine lustre. The marks are clear but small and need a loupe to view. Please note the chain is associated, please ask if you do not require the chain or would like an alternative
- 2.5 inches (6.25 cm) long
- 1.6 inches (4 cm) at base, 0.3 inches (0.75 cm) at point
- 3 x lapis beads
- 1 x cultured pearl.
- 18 inch (46 cm) chain
Letter A – £8.50
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