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Austro Hungarian Silver Pendant by Hermann Bohn

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Austro Hungarian Jewellery10 of 10Wonderful 19th century Austro-Hungarian necklaceHistorismus silver and enamel bracelet by Markowitsch & Scheid, Vienna c. 1870
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Posted 4 years ago


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Late 19th century Austro Hungarian pendant by Viennese silversmith and enameller Hermann Bohn. The small pendant is ornamented with Russian green garnets and mother of pearl on a silver basis with multicolour enamel details. The colourful enamelling continues on the back of the pendant, which is just as prettly as the front. The bale is also enamelled in black with white dots. It bears the maker's initials HB and the Austro Hungarian dog's head mark for silver. It might have been part of a complete necklace. It is one of my favourite pieces.


  1. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 4 years ago
  2. BelleEpoque BelleEpoque, 4 years ago
    Thanks, Moonstonelover! I can feel the Loves :)
  3. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 4 years ago
    I love your pieces...and we have the same taste...
  4. BelleEpoque BelleEpoque, 4 years ago
    Haha, yes I have noticed that as well :)
  5. SEAN68 SEAN68, 4 years ago
  6. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 4 years ago
    This is lovely.
    Though this is quite different, i have one im trying to date with a similar design as to how its hung (the two loops on top, meeting to one stone or ring, and hoop at the bottom for something to dangle from, unfortunately missing in mine). I wonder was this style typical of the age? If it was it may help to date mine. From research, I believe mines German, though the marks have all worn except for the No. 935. But I'm unsure of its date.
    Thank you
  7. Agram.m Agram.m, 4 years ago
    I love these pieces with their beautiful enameled colors and stones!
  8. kyratango kyratango, 2 years ago
    Right! I forgot your's ;-)

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