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Arts & Crafts Silver Pendant with Assorted Stones
Stylish and well made English Arts & Crafts silver pendant set with garnets, opals and a central grey-blue oval cabochon that may be some form of agate.
The silverwork shows a beaded detail throughout, with a series of small rings separating all the stones, and there is a finely toothed detail to the top of each setting. Pleasingly, the beading is continued on the bale.
No marks but we are pretty sure it’s English and definitely early 1900’s.
Including the bale and the opal drop, the length is 6.5 cm and the necklace chain is 43 cm long.