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Dorrie Nossiter Earrings*
Pair of English Arts & Crafts earrings in a combination of silver and gold set with assorted gemstone cabochons in autumn hues.
Basically crafted as open circles with crescent shaped clusters of gold and silver leaves and berries with the stones interspersed amongst them .
A smaller cluster at the top of the circle sits immediately below the gold wire fitting which is connected on a single link and decorated with a matching single cabochon.
The earrings are unmarked but confidently attributed to Dorrie Nossiter
Circa 1930’s and measuring 3.5 cm long.