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Edgar Simpson Silver, Opal and Mother-of-Pearl Necklace
Arts & Crafts silver wirework pendant necklace by Edgar Simpson with a whiplash design that has a look of randomness about it but has in fact been very carefully designed.
With two offset and different sized mother-of-pearl ovals at the top and also set with black opals positioned at intervals on the silver wire.
Two further black opals are set a short distance along the necklace chain, with yet another embellishing the distinctive and very individual fastener.
Marked ES on the reverse, dating from circa 1900 and measuring a fraction below 4 cm high by a little over 3 wide.
The necklace chain is approximately 40 cm long.