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Wonderful 19th Century French Enamel And Gemstone Cherub Pendant


A finely painted enamel of a cherub seated in nature on a turquoise cape, a paletter resting at his feet as he paints something beyond our view

The frame has been created to depict garlands of flowers, made from tiny diamonds, rubies and emeralds, accentuated with black enamel bows spotted with white.

The bottom drop is fashioned as a tiny basket with a pearl drop.


The back has a glass locket back. There is a small chip on the inside of the glass panel (probably when someone removed the glass to replace the hair with silk)


Enamel panel measures - 25mm x 20mm

total length - 69mm

width 30mm

weights - 10.8g


In original fitted box, stamped in gold on the silk - 'AUX BIJOUX LOUIS XV , PAVILIET & PAVIE, R. DELA CHAUSSEE D' ANTIN, NO 9 PARIS'


Original box included



19th Century Enamel And Gemstone Cherub Pendant

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