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Arts & Crafts Silver and Rock Crystal Pendant*
Early 1900’s Arts & Crafts pendant comprising sprays of silver leaves and berries enclosing the top part of a smooth polished heart-shaped rock crystal stone.
The silver foliage design is repeated on the back so it matters not if the pendant swings round when worn.
Connected to the necklace chain via a short extension decorated with green and red glass beads which add just the right amount of colour.
The original long and heavy chain is fitted with a dedicated clasp, crafted in similar style to the pendant with leaves and berries, and set with a central green cabochon.
A little over 7.5 cm in length including the ring bale, with the chain measuring approximately 74 cm.