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Fleetwood Varley Pendant
Very fine Arts & Crafts hammered silver and enamel pendant from Charles Fleetwood Varley, almost certainly made for Liberty’s London store in the early 1900’s.
The upright oval enamelled plaque depicts a moonlit lakeside scene with tall trees to one side in typical Varley style. It is backed by a hammered silver mount that extends slightly at the edges, with a rope patterned border abutting the rub-over setting.
The pendant hangs from a delightful Arts & Crafts chain via a dedicated bale.
Unmarked but clearly by Varley and with a length, including the bale, of a fraction over 5.5 cm.
The silver chain is approximately 56 cm long.