Egyptian Revival Art Deco Pendant
A stunning example of Egyptian Revival. There was a variety of beautiful Egyptian style jewellery produced after the discovery of Tutunkamun's tomb in 1923 - it was a fashion trend that continued until the time of the second world war.The Art deco period was influenced by symmetry and egyptian style.This lovely necklace is a combination of a central Egyptian figurine hammered into an oval coppertone oval disc, surrounded by acanthus shapes which are enamelled in red and blue with five elongated glass beads hanging in red and blue. The centrepiece has a drop of approx. 10cms with a width across of 5cms and overall length end to end is 44cms so fits all necks. A rare unusual necklace- in perfect condition, and gift boxed for giving.