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Estate gold pendant from the fifties signed Miault made in France

Antique jewelry object group: pendants

Country of origin: France

Style: estate jewelry
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Period: ca. 1950
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Source of inspiration: Mother Nature, see also flower symbolism

Theme: red oat grass or kangaroo grass seed (?)

Material: 18K yellow gold
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Signature: Miault. This could be Henri-Victor Miault (1881-1960). We couldn't find any additional information on him.

Hallmarks: The French control mark for 18K gold representing an eagle's head that was in use in France from about 1838.
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Condition: excellent condition
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Dimensions: height approximately 6.00 cm (2.36 inch)

Weight: 10.70 gram (6.88 dwt)

Reference Nº: 10105-4251

Copyright photography: Adin, fine antique jewelry

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Estate gold pendant from the fifties signed Miault made in France
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