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Dorrie Nossiter Pendant*
Late Arts & Crafts pendant necklace unsigned but surely designed and crafted by Dorrie Nossiter.
A large pear-shaped amazonite stone is embellished in typical Nossiter fashion with an assortment of faceted and cabochon gemstones including aquamarine, moonstone and chrysoprase, all set in apparently random style amongst silver and gold leaves, berries and little silver spirals.
The back of the pendant is similarly decorated although, as can be seen in our fifth photo, the top part extends a little less down the length of the main stone.
The pendant, including the little amazonite ball it’s suspended from, has a length of approximately 7.5 cm and the necklace chain is 52 cm long.