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Gold and Mother-of-Pearl Bracelet by Murrle Bennett
Bracelet in 9 ct. gold made by Murrle Bennett & Co circa 1900.
Much of their jewellery was made for the Liberty of London store and this bracelet is typical of the type of design favoured at that time.
Featuring an openwork offset design in gold alternating with oval sections set with mother-of-pearl, resulting in a finely crafted, elegant overall look.
Fitted with a safety chain for extra security when wearing and marked MBCo and 9 ct. on the back of one of the gold components.
The length is approximately 20 cm.