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Bromsgrove Guild Gold Necklace*
Very lovely Arts & Crafts gold necklace acquired by our vendor from the family of Lorenzo Headley, a jewellery maker at The Bromsgrove Guild of Applied Art in the late 1890’s and early 1900’s.
Suspended from quite intricate chainwork incorporating three olive green gemstone cabochons. The main body is of an ornate, openwork design showing leaves and scrolls, a central blister pearl and with orange coloured gemstone cabochons together with two small pearls.
Finished at the foot with a splendidly mis-shapen baroque pearl drop.
We can find no marks, either on the pendant itself or on the clasp, which is original.
Just under 5 cm wide and 43 cm long when opened out.