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Unique Pendant by Dorrie Nossiter*
Large and extremely impressive silver Arts & Crafts pendant set with a prominent faceted citrine stone suspended in the centre, surrounded by further citrines, emeralds, rubies, Mexican fire opals and an amethyst at the foot.
The pendant is accented with gold detail including little whorls and assorted sized little balls or berries.
Complete with the original long handmade chain with its toggle type fastener.
Unsigned, which is not at all unusual, but known to be from the London workshop of Dorrie Nossiter and dating from the late 1920’s to early 30’s.
Just a fraction below 12 cm in length, including the silver bale, the width being 6 cm. The necklace chain is 90 cm long.
A true collectors piece that our photographs fail to do justice to.