This is a circa 1920 camphor glass / silver tone filigree pendant on a silver tone chain. A paste stone, set in filigree, is centered on an intaglio daisy design. There are no metal designations or maker's marks on the chain or pendant.
The use of camphor glass for jewelry and objects dates back to the late nineteenth century. The frosted finish is a result of etching clear glass with acid to replicate the appearance of "rock crystal" quartz. Camphor glass jewelry, along with other Victorian fashions, once again gained popularity during the Art Deco Era.
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