This lucky early 20th century silver charm is complete with an enamel toadstool painted on the front and sweet engravement marks surronding the centre . The toadstool was considered lucky in Austria and Germany where this sweet charm hails from, and toadstool / mushroom symbology was often present in antique jewellery from the Victorian era through to the very early 1950s, sometimes paired with other lucky symbols such as horseshoes, ladybirds and four leaf clovers .
Era: Art Deco - early 30s
Sizing : approx 1.9cm in diameter , approx 1.25g
Condition: Made from european 900 silver, excellent condition for age no enamel loss