Pendant (Deli)

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Object Name: 
Pendant (Deli)
Accession Number: 
92.3.67
Dimensions: 
L: 9.5 cm, W: 3.4 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1700-1899
Credit Line: 
Gift of Sibyll Kummer-Rothenhausler
Primary Description: 
Glass: colorless, decorated with colored paint; pendant assembled from many decorated metal parts by soldering; glass reverse-painted. Pendant: two sided. From top to bottom: suspension ring; three-dimensional element with suspension ring at top and bottom, and small rosette at center of each side and to left and right of this three ribbonlike loops with openwork decoration openwork, each of which emerges from behind one rosette and disappears behind the other, on one side, one blue- and white-enameled disk projects upward from behind central rosette; one small link; heart-shaped element with suspension ring at top and bottom, sides embellished with twisted ribbonlike strips of metal and flower-shaped projections, and, at center of each side, reverse-painted glass panel, one depicting Christ on the Cross and the other with bust of woman wearing pink blouse and admiring herself in mirror; one small link; pendant in form of cow-bell with flowerlike projection at bottom.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Kummer-Rothenhausler, Sibyll, Source
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