Locher's Petite Coquine Necklace

Locher's  Petite Coquine Necklace

A necklace with a pendant shows the picture of a maid doll with her eyes crossed out and "Petite Coquine" written accross it (which means 'cheeky little thing' in French). There is also a satin ribbon and a glasscrystal. The sterling silver chain is 18' long and on the other side is a pair of movable brass scissors and the Locher's laced bezel cup. Handmade in Paris.

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