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Arts & Crafts Pendant with Amethysts and Citrine*
English Arts & Crafts silver pendant with an upright rectangular outline framing an openwork design of stems, leaves and berries winding their way around a centrally set citrine flanked above and below by two amethysts.
Very nicely crafted with each individual leaf being contoured, adding texture and a noticeable three dimensional aspect.
Suspended from a dedicated bale and on a necklace chain that is interspersed with square cut silver rods.
Unmarked but in typcal English Arts & Crafts style and dating from the early 1900’s.
The pendant and bale are a touch over 6 cm in length, with the necklace chain measuring 50 cm.