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Arts & Crafts Silver and Opal Pendant
Silver Arts & Crafts pendant with an openwork design of stylised sprays of leaves spreading outwards on gently curving stems.
Fashioned very slightly convex, giving a somewhat three-dimensional appearance and with further details of little whorls and berry clusters.
Three nicely coloured opals are set, one at top centre and two, slighty smaller, at the extreme outside edges.
Completed with a little blister pearl suspended below forming the drop.
The pendant is fractionally below 6 cm long, including the bale and drop, and the necklace chain, which has a typically Arts & Crafts toggle type fastener, measures approximately 51 cm.