Vintage Sterling Silver Garnet Pendant by David Andersen, Norway

David Andersen was an influential silversmith and jewelry designer who opened his first shop in Christiania, now Oslo, Norway, in 1876. His design aesthetics embraced the contemporary movements of the time. His family business was founded in 1896 and has been family owned ever since. It thrives with high standards of design and quality materials. His son took over after his death in 1901. The company helped to expand the popularity of enameled jewelry and is still in business today.

This vintage David Andersen silver pendant was handcrafted in Norway around 1950. It’s a funky piece that weighs 13.4 grams and measures 56.6 x 47.2 mm. It features a symmetrical silver tree form with an oval cabochon garnet at the bottom, the stone measures 13 x10.2 mm. This pendant has been fully hallmarked, it bears the David Andersen mark which was used from 1925-1965 and says ‘D-A Norway Sterling 925 S. Inv. B.S.O.’, it also bears English import marks showing that it was Assayed in London in 1965.

Don’t let this unique vintage piece pass you by! It’s a retro stunner with a bold shape and plenty of pizzazz.

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Item ID: PTA23454VA



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