Enamel- Vintage Modernist Copper Enamel Pendants 50's Eames Era

Here are 2 modernist 1950's enamel on copper disc-shaped pendants. One is large (2-5/8" diameter) with white on black abstract design, hanging from a white plastic loop chain (the type typically used on forties bakelite cherry necklaces, etc). Triple loop links. Big spring ring closure. Back is also enameled in a speckled yellowish/green/black. You can see 3 tiny dots evenly spaced at the back edge where it sat on a 3-pronged stilt to prevent it from sticking to the kiln shelf. On the front there are a few tiny pin point spots where the copper is showing. They might be miniscule chips or places where the enamel didn't cover.

The 2nd pendant features a silhouette dancer figure surrounded by 6 raised white balls. Colors are red, black and white. Back is yellow and has chipped away near opening where hanging device has rubbed against it. There is one pin head sized pin hole in the yellow backing enamel which probably occurred during the making. This one has no chain. 1-7/8" in diameter. Both are basically in good condition with the exceptions noted. Purchased at 2 different estate sales.

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Enamel- Vintage Modernist Copper Enamel Pendants 50's Eames Era