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Pink and White Guilloche Enameled Pendant Watch and Chain



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Pretty in pink! An utterly lovely late-19th/early-20th century pendant watch necklace artfully rendered in striking pink guilloche enamel along with a rare original matching flapper length (30 inches) neck chain. The oval case is further adorned with tiny flowers and striking cobalt blue enamel chapters. A fabulous feminine find. (

Found on the internet from this link: https://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/plojoux-geneve-montreux-paris-circa-1910-fine-82-c-sc00ixudln# A. Plojoux Was established 30, Rue du Rh“ne in Geneva. He was a watchmaker of high precision, specialized in complication watches and jewellery. He received two awards at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1878, won a gold medal in 1880 and also took part in the Geneva National Exhibition in 1896.)


1 3/4 Inch
11/16 Inch
Chain Length:
29 Inch
Gram Weight:
22 Grams
Art Deco

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