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Edwardian Suffragette Pendant Necklace
Pendant necklace crafted in 15ct. gold, set with three gemstones in suffragette colours.
An open and elegantly symmetrical design with the gold-work curving over itself before sweeping downwards and widening to join at the base.
A fine faceted peridot is set between the two sinuous loops and the double drop features an amethyst and a particularly fine moonstone.
Early 1900’s, the pendant measuring the merest fraction below 6 cm long, and with a fully opened out length of 42 cm.
Marked 15 ct. on the back together with the name Grice. Thanks to a gentleman who contacted us having noticed this pendant on our website, we now understand that this is Joseph Hendry Grice who was born in Brisbane, Australia in 1877 and was active as a high class jewellery maker between approximately 1900 and 1920.