1920s Czechoslovakian Max Neiger Egyptian Revival Milk Glass Necklace

1920s Czechoslovakian Max Neiger Egyptian Revival Milk Glass Necklace

Code: 18906

SOLD

For sale is a Antique 1920s Czechoslovakian Max Neiger Egyptian Revival Milk Glass Necklace Which Glows Under A UV light. This is mostly in good condition, apart from the string has split and needs to be repaired. 

 
The Centre pharaoh measures 5cm heigh x 3.4cm width. The sarcophagus measures 3.8cm height x 1.7cm width, and the scarabs measure 1.5cm length x 1cm width. Unfortunately the necklace cord has split at the top and does need to be fixed. The cord measures 95cm length in total including the pendant. This is superbly detailed and glows brilliantly under UV light. 
 
Neiger Brothers jewellery is characterized by beautiful Czech glass beads, and detailed metal bead caps & findings.
Max and Norbert Neiger were two brothers living in Czechoslovakia who made wonderful jewellery with figural glass components in Gablonz, Czechoslovakia, from 1905 to the 1930s. They were Czech citizens as were their ancestors but they also had German Nationality.
 
The Neiger Brothers took advantage of the Egyptian Revival craze, beginning with the discovery of King Tut’s tomb in 1922. They further added more “exotic” lines, with Chinese and Indian motifs. They produced hypnotising brooches, beautiful beaded necklaces and fascinating bracelets, all of the highest quality. Today, collectors have rediscovered Max and Norbert, and their tragic end has come back into the public eye, as buyers snap up their stunning wares.
 
These will be sent via Royal Mail special delivery and dispatched within two working days.