An excellent example of the Germanic "Rundgotisch alphabet" being used in an Art Nouveau monogram from the 1800's. It came from the German book: "Monogramme und Dekorationen", by Wilhelm Diebener, published in Leipzig in 1908. The "GG" monogram is placed in a beautiful rectangular frame with a crown, signifying royal, placed at the top. It was replicated as a sterling silver pendant with a hidden bale. The frame's detailed border was cut out to enhance its ornate design. A splendid gift for anyone with a love of Art Nouveau or one with GG initials or even used for a nickname: Gigi, Gorgeous Gisela, etc.
Beautiful cut out edge design; Central crown a top the piece;
2.0 x 1.3 inches 35.2 Grams
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