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Hammered Copper Pendant with Ruskin Ceramic Plaque
Early 1900’s Arts & Crafts upright oval copper pendant set with a Ruskin type ceramic plaque.
The colour and texture of the beaten copper frame contrasts really effectively with the varying shades of blue in the centre panel.
A good size at 6 cm in length including the ring bale and on a copper chain with a lovely old Arts & Crafts S-type fastener and a length of around 52 cm.
The copper frame extends all around the back of the pendant, completely enclosing the back of the plaque where the Ruskin mark is usually to be found, but the finish is very typically Ruskin.