Modernist David Andersen sterling silver pendant accompanied by its matching, original D-A neck ring, this design was created for Andersen by Bjorn Ostern and it's called the "ship of good fortune". Highly stylized and adorned with a beautiful aventurine set at its very heart, this is one of my favorite Ostern creations and I can tell you that the duo sits perfectly around the neck and is equally comfortable to wear. Not to mention timelessly gorgeous. The pendant is 2 1/8" tall by 1 3/4" wide while the v-neck ring is 15" inches (inner perimeter including the 1/2" gap) yet it wears longer because of the way it sits and relatively adjustable. The set weighs 34.0 grams (on a postal scale) with both components fully hallmarked with Andersen's signature as shown as well as "NORWAY STERLING" and "925S". The necklace dates in the 1960s and is in excellent vintage condition with patina that is darker around the cut-outs forming the ship (you can always buff to achieve a cleaner look), having a beautiful stone, with no damage and no repairs noted.