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Jewellery, Silver & Watches

 
Lot 268
 

A French Art Deco platinum and multi gem Egyptian revival pendant, in the form of a tapering shaped-rectangular panel centred with a kneeling deity probably Isis picked out with calibre rubies and emeralds within a pave set diamond surround and a calibre black onyx border, this suspending a ruby, emerald and diamond fringe and hung from a surmount of similarly set articulated panels, the largest centred with a lotus flower, French platinum marks, an indistinct lozenge-shaped maker’s mark and numbered 65658(?), 73mm high overall. In a rectangular red and gilt lined leather box, the cream silk lining marked ‘Fattorini & Sons Ltd, Diamond Merchants, Bradford’.

Sold for £39,500


Condition Report
7.3cm length by 1.4cm wide
Signs of age-related wear

 

A French Art Deco platinum and multi gem Egyptian revival pendant, in the form of a tapering shaped-rectangular panel centred with a kneeling deity probably Isis picked out with calibre rubies and emeralds within a pave set diamond surround and a calibre black onyx border, this suspending a ruby, emerald and diamond fringe and hung from a surmount of similarly set articulated panels, the largest centred with a lotus flower, French platinum marks, an indistinct lozenge-shaped maker’s mark and numbered 65658(?), 73mm high overall. In a rectangular red and gilt lined leather box, the cream silk lining marked ‘Fattorini & Sons Ltd, Diamond Merchants, Bradford’.

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