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Gold Necklace by Archibald Knox
Art Nouveau necklace in 9 ct gold designed by Archibal Knox, consisting of five graduated openwork plaques of a typical Celtic pattern, each set with a turquoise stone, and a further detail of little natural pearl drops suspended between each section.
On its original chain with a barrel type clasp, the necklace measures 38 cm in length.
This design was also offered originally set with an option of amethysts or opals.
Made circa 1902 for Liberty of London, there are no marks apparent but it is documented in the Liberty Jewellery sketchbook' as model no. 8167.
Also shown on page 249 of the Stephen A. Martin book 'Archibald Knox'.