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Arts & Crafts Silver and Enamel*
A real item of hand-made Arts & Crafts jewellery dating from the late 1800’s.
In two sections, the main part being crafted in silver wirework and housing a large blue and green enamelled oval centre. This is suspended on two short chains from a smaller circular enamelled section, edged with silver.
On its original silver necklace chain measuring around 45 cm. The length of the pendant, including the short chain between the two parts, is approximately 8.5 cm.
There is a tiny flaw to the enamel towards the top of the small round section, but this is only visible under the closest examination.