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Arts & Crafts Silver and Garnets*
Delightful English Arts & Crafts open ring-shaped silver pendant necklace with five almost equidistant claw-set faceted garnets.
Between each stone the silver is fashioned into open flowers, buds and leaves with lovely fine detail to the veining.
Suspended on two short lengths of chain from a central ring, all the chainwork is original and matches throughout.
No maker’s mark, the back of the pendant simply showing the word silver, but English for sure, dating from the first quarter of the 1900’s and with a distinct look of Bernard Instone about it.
Measuring 6 cm long from the ring with the remainder of the necklace chain having a length of 45 cm.