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Gold and Mother-of-Pearl Pendant*
Edwardian 15 ct. gold pendant crafted in two sections, each set with mother-of-pearl, separated on a couple of links by a single pearl.
The oval top component is is positioned in landscape orientation with the larger lower section showing a teardrop shaped outline.
Marked on the back with the maker’s mark C.M, possibly for C. Michael whose name was registered in both London and Birmingham from around 1903.
The pendant hangs from a 9 ct. gold chain which has four pearls evenly spaced along its length.
6 cm in length including the bale. The necklace chain, which has a barrel type fastener, is approximately 43 cm long.