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Liberty Gold Necklace by Archibald Knox
Necklace designed by Archibald Knox and crafted in 9 ct. gold for the Liberty of London store circa 1900.
Set with baroque pearls at intervals along the chain and featuring three Celtic motifs set with faceted amethysts, the larger central one also with pearls.
Two drops, each also set with an amethyst are positioned one on each side further along the necklace chain.
Lovely attention to detail, even the box fastener being decorated with an amethyst stone set at each side.
No marks but totally correct and listed in the Liberty Jewellery Sketchbook as design number 8008.
The length is 41 cms.
Lit: Liberty Style by Victor Arwas, p.p. 62 and 67, shown with alternative stones.