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Arts & Crafts Necklace attr. to Omar Ramsden
Gorgeous Arts & Crafts necklace dating from between 1900 and 1910, unsigned but firmly attributed to Omar Ramsden.
Two silver openwork elongated ovals are intertwined diagonally and between them hold a large centrally placed blister pearl. The three citrines, each wrapped in silver wire, are suspended on short chains from little silver balls attached to each side and at the base.
This necklace hangs beautifully and is still on its original silver chain.
Approximately 3 cm wide and 7.5 cm long from the bale. The chain is 39 cm in length.