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Birmingham School Arts & Crafts Necklace*
Delicately pretty silver necklace attributed to the Birmingham School of Arts & Crafts, circa 1890-1900.
The oval openwork pendant set with a good turquoise matrix cabochon, with two further stones suspended below, the first on two short chains and the final one singly.
With its original silver chain, the lower part decorated each side with a pair of openwork design details, and with a fine old T-bar fastener.
The total length of the pendant is around 6.5 cm and the chain has a length of approximately 45 cm.