A great look! This large David Andersen, Norway pendant/ pin is an eye catching and dates back mid 20th century with an abstract "Brutalist" design. Composed in sterling and enamel, the enamel is a brilliant cobalt blue in the center of the piece with lighter sky blue enameling toward the exterior. The piece measures 2.5" wide by 2.25″ tall (suspended from a chain). Because the piece is concave, the pin clasp lays flat when worn as a pendant. The is a bale is hidden in the back of the piece so as to not intrude on the design of the piece. When worn as a pin it can be worn in any direction. In excellent estate condition, with no damage to the enamel. The center of the piece shows some gilding, so piece may have a gold wash at some point in its life. I have also heard that this pin may have originally included a glued in pearl or gemstone in the center of the piece. If this was the case one can easily be put one in its place if so desired. Piece is fully hallmarked with DA ( David Andersen) 925 and the scales stamp for Norway. The is also another stamp with the word Sterling and I believe "Otteren" or "Otteran" ( hard to make out), perhaps a designer for Andersen.
Mid Century Brutalist Sterling Enamel Pendant / Pin - David Andersen, Norway