Royal Copenhagen porcelain and silver necklace

Royal Copenhagen porcelain and silver necklace

Product no.: 1941

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When Royal Copenhagen Porcelain took over the Anton Michelsen silver company in 1968, designers from both disciplines were encouraged to collaborate (see profile). Gradually Royal Copenhagen dropped the Michelsen mark . This gorgeous white porcelain pendant with its integral chain is an an example of such collaboration - a fusion of silver and porcelain.The white porcelain lozenge is grooved to allow for the silver bands which swirl across the front. The designers were most likely the ceramicist Bodil Buch and the silversmith Jens Windfeld Hansen. 

Condition: Excellent, no visible damage

Marks: on silver charm - crown over 3 wavy lines, 925S RCP

Size: Central porcelain pendant is 3.5cm (1.35") long and 1.5 cm thick.  The overall length of the necklace is 50m (19.5")

Year: 1970s

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