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Liberty Silver and Enamel Necklace with Moonstones*
Arts & Crafts silver and enamel necklace that, although unmarked, is known to be a Liberty design.
With a very elegant look, featuring four separate components, each set with a central moonstone cabochon.
The main focal point is contoured and approximately triangular in outline, comprising three sections each enamelled in a mix of blue and green, separated by little silver stems topped by a silver ball.
This hangs on a series of short lengths of chain from three small flower shaped spacers, each in matching shades of enamel.
All the chainwork is original and matches throughout
Approximately 10 cm long from the top pair of flowers, with the remainder of the necklace chain measuring a further 30 cm.