Late 19th C Art Nouveau Unger Brothers Sterling Silver Watch Fob, Rare
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A charming antique sterling silver watch fob made by the Unger Brothers Co. The
art nouveau watch fob is adorned with 3 smaller face medallions of a young curly-haired
girl and a larger bottom medallion of the side profile of a woman floating in water
surrounded by water lilies and flying birds. The top clasp opens & closes to be
securely attached to one's watch.
Unger Brothers (1872–1910) was a jewelry company in Newark, New Jersey, best known
for their sterling silver Art Nouveau designs. The company was established by five sons
from a German immigrant family.
Total length: 4 3/4"
Width: 1 1/8" diameter of large coin, smaller coins are 5/8"
This art nouveau watch fob is in beautiful age-related condition. Could use a hand
polish. The third medallion of the smaller faces has been dented inward.
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