A fabulous example of the modernist movement of Scandinavian jewelry coming out of Sweden during the 1950's and 1960's. This pewter pendant was designed by Roland Landerholm of the Ahlby Tenn studios in Sweden. Roland and his two brothers, Henry and Leif first started in ceramics and then turned their artistry to the designing of beautiful pewter jewelry like this beauty. Roland was the artist in the family and was quite a perfectionist. This beautiful pendant features three sisters or friends holding hands. A wonderful image representing sisterhood, friendship and support. Despite being identical in facial features and body type, each girl is wearing a different patterned dress lending interest and eye catching appeal to the abstract nature of the piece. We are valued for our individuality afterall! The ladies are raised against a darkened background and the whole of the pendant is concave like a dish with a beautiful rounded squarish shape. Really a gorgeous piece of jewelry. Ready to be placed on a chain or dark cord and shown off. The size is 2" including bail and 1 5/8" wide. Hand signed on the reverse, R. Landerhold in etched letters and stamped Tenn (Swedish for pewter). This is a handmade piece of jewelry and a real collectors item. This is one of the more rare and desirable subjects designed by Landerholm. This will come to you in a beautiful foiled jewelry box.