Posted 4 years ago
I got this pendant from a German seller, but I am not sure about its origin, and unfortunately there are no marks. It is unusual but still much in the Arts & Crafts tradition: Handmade with high-quality materials. Silver must be high content as it soon turns black, I guess 950. Age-wise I think early 20th century. The boulder opal is big, bold, and beautiful, and has been cut so that it resembles a painted window. The opal has a hairline on one-side, but it actually goes well with is rough and weird look. I would like to know if anyone has any ideas about where this might have come from.