Cartier Plique à Jour Enamel and Gold Pendant, France, Circa 1950
A vintage, Cartier, plique à jour translucent enamel pendant, inspired by cathedral rose windows, with red, blue and green colours in a floral design, with a French eagle head mark for 18ct gold and a maker's mark, signed Cartier and numbered 09349, circa 1950.
Cartier produced several designs celebrating the rose windows in Notre Dame cathedral.
- Circa 1950
- Design House
- Country of origin
- Good - Wear consistent with age and use
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