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Found many years ago in a bag of thrift store jewelry, no marks, is a pendant or slide, measures 2" high 1 1/2" wide. 

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Hi Sharon, Cool little nouveau style fairy, but I think she is a modern piece. She appears to be pewter, or pewter plated. (Be careful with pewter plate, because it's usually clad to lead). I would guess yours was made sometime between 1970 and 1990. The crudeness of the chain holes indicates a likely import/exporter. still, do Check really carefully that you don't have any manufacturers markings. 

The ones that are a bit better quality, very similar to yours usually have a signature, and those can go for a few bucks too! Good Luck!

Thanks for the information I plan to keep it and wear it. 

While seeking info for your scarf slider or retainer I found the exact same design Lady-nymph-butterfly in a pendant-brooch. It was crudely cast.  I suspect it's a sand cast maybe of your piece w/o the holes. The ad said it was "hand-made" "sterling silver". The NEW price was 30.14 euros which indicates it was made in Europe. Sorry, I not copy the adv.  You might check the metal with a jeweler or "We buy gold silver" store.


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