A rare Plique-a-Jour enamel pendant depicting a lady. Plique-a-Jour is the French for "letting in daylight". This term is used to describe the technique of enamelling where the enamel has no backing, this allows light to shine through the piece similar to stained-glass windows. This fine example is from the Art Nouveau period (circa 1890) and depicts a lady with the enamel used to show flowers around her. The lady also has a diamond necklace around her neck set with minute diamonds. This piece is made from 14ct yellow gold and measures 27mm across.
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