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Gold and Opal Pendant by Murrle Bennett*
Art Nouveau 15 ct. gold pendant of an openwork design, set with a well coloured opal in the centre and another forming the drop.
An oval shape with little winding stems and leaves and two flowers, one with an emerald set in its centre and the other with a ruby. Immediately below the opal is a faceted topaz.
Showing a crisp maker’s mark on the back and also marked 15 ct.
The pendant measures 3.5 cm long including the drop and the 9 ct gold chain, which has a barrel type clasp, is 44 cm in length.