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Arts & Crafts Silver and Opal Pendant*
A very pretty Arts & Crafts openwork silver pendant with a central elongated oval opal and no less than twelve further opals all around.
Approximately triangular in outline, the scrolling silverwork shows a detail of three little silver balls on each side.
The full opals are all of good colour and their condition is excellent.
No maker’s mark apparent but very nicely made and dating from the early 1900’s.
Length including the opal set bale is 5 cm and the old Arts & Crafts necklace chain is around 49 cm long