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Beautiful art deco Czech lavalier necklace dating to the 1920's era. I say 20's because it is more refined and delicate than the ones from the 1930's period. Though unsigned it is obviously a Czechoslovakian piece with the distinct materials and design made by Czech artisans at that time. Made of brass plated silver metal this necklace features the more uncommon robin's egg turquoise blue glass cabochons. The main drop has a big oval cab which measures 22mm long (approx. 7/8") the rest of the necklace has tiny glass stones and square ones. The focal point of the necklace features one large drop that is prong set into a lovely metal frame which dangles from a finely detailed filigree metal connector. That finding drops down from another connector which features a prong set square stone which is connected to two more very beautiful and finely detailed metal stations. A finely linked silver chain ending at a spring ring clasp completes the look. This piece is in very good vintage condition. I will note that 2 of the tiny blue stones on the small connecting centerpiece drop may have been replaced as they look a tad darker than the others. The silver plated finish on the brass metal has worn in small areas but does not affect the beauty or value of the necklace. The clasp and connecting jump ring are now showing only brass metal. Not uncommon and usually seen in deco era Czech pieces of this kind. The brass metal now shows a beautiful warm patina. Measures 15" in length. The centerpiece drops down 3~1/8". Altogether a exquisite lavalier which looks fabulous on~
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