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Arts & Crafts Silver and Ruskin Pendant
Individual and rather distinctive silver Arts & Crafts pendant necklace crafted as two separate components connected by a pair of short lengths of chain.
Each is set with a multi-hued Ruskin ceramic stone and, although of different sizes, both are set within similar finely milled openwork borders.
The chain-work all matches throughout and both the stones are marked Ruskin on the back.
Total length of the two connected parts is 7 cms. and the remainder of the necklace chain, which has a typically Arts & Crafts toggle type fastener, is approximately 46 cms. long.