An Edwardian work of art, this pendant was painted on mother of pearl and real bird feathers were used to depict the birds. On one side is a scene of two birds perched together upon a branch. (They appear to be kissing!) On the other side we find another bird, all alone, resting in a tree or a bush. We weren't able to identify the species, if indeed, the artist meant to represent any particular birds. Are you a bird enthusiast or ornithologist? We'd love to know what kind of birds these are!
This little treasure is super sweet and you can choose which side to show off every day! It's like two for the price of one!
Dimensions: 2.5 cm (1 in.)
Weight: 4.6 grams
Materials: Gold, bird feather, and paint
Metal: 9K gold
Marks: " Pat Pend J.M.F. Co"
Condition: Excellent antique condition