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Art Nouveau Pendant by Smith Brothers*
Late Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant with a distinctly individual look, made by Smith Brothers of Birmingham and hallmarked at Chester for the year 1911.
With a somewhat geometric outline and an openwork many petalled flower shape in the centre, the various sections are enamelled individually in shades of blue and green.
Finished with a bell shaped drop, also enamelled in a mixture of the same colours.
Suspended on two short lengths of chain and measuring 5.5 cm from this point to the bottom of the drop. The necklace chain is a further 44 cm long.