A superb agate eye pendant set in a wide border of high carat gold that is decorated with eleven raised circular elements with finely granulated borders.
Dimensions: Diameter: 1 1/2 inches (4 cm)
Condition: Missing suspension loops on the reverse, loss to one circular element and minor dents on the raised circular elements, two small holes in the border.
Provenance: Private NYC collection, ex. Anavian Family Collection acquired over 30 years ago by David and Henry Anavian, in Iran, prior to the Shahs departure.
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