A fine mid-19th century French .800 silver mounted enamel on copper miniature portrait pendant locket. The enamel portrait depicts a seated lady in a glen making a crown of pink roses. Mounted in .800 silver and framed by 26 garnets. Suspended from a figural ribbon knot bow embellished with garnets and centered by a split pearl. Note that one of the stones on the bow accent tests a diamond. The reverse of the pendant with a hinged glass door front and compartment for a lock of hair or photo. Hallmarked with the French head of the wild boar, in use from 1838 to indicate a silver content of .800/1000. The mark was typically used on small objects of at least 80% pure silver content, close to .925 sterling. The locket hangs 1 7/8" total length, the oval measures 1 1/4" x 1 1/16" wide. In overall good to fair antique condition. One chip to the enamel portrait located at the 10 o'clock position as shown.