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Arts & Crafts Birmingham School Necklace
Wonderful silver and enamel necklace attributed to the Birmingham School of Arts & Crafts circa 1900.
With six green and blue enamelled oval discs linked by a series of silver chains, and intricate wire work to the main element together with further enamelled detail.
The necklace hangs quite beautifully and looks stunning when worn.
Approximately 41 cm in total length with the centrepiece around 5.5cm long.