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Arts & Crafts Silver and Enamel Necklace*
English Arts & Crafts silver and enamel necklace dating from circa 1900 -1910, most probably from one of the guilds or schools that were the source of so much original and beautifully designed jewellery during that period.
Made of silver and of an open design featuring three stylised leaf shapes enamelled in shades of yellow and gold.
With intricate chainwork and finished with a little silver ball drop – a change from the more usually seen pearl.
The back of the pendant shows the hammering marks that are evidence of its authentic hand-made style.
Complete with the original double chain which has a toggle type fastener.
The pendant, including its drop, has a length of approximatly 6 cm and, opened out the chain is 42 cm long.