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Arts & Crafts Silver and Amethyst Pendant
English Arts & Crafts silver pendant with a light openwork look featuring a central open rose inside an ornately shaped frame.
On each side of the flower, sprays of leaves separate it from two faceted oval amethyst stones set towards the outside edges.
The surrounding openwork frame, with its shaped outline and scrolling detail, sets off the main focal point of the pendant perfectly.
At the foot is suspended a good pearl forming the drop.
No maker's mark but very nicely made, probably around the late 1800's.
The pendant hangs on two short lengths of chain from the bale and is a good size at a little over 5 cm in length from this to the bottom of the drop.
The matching necklace chain is 46 cm long.