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Jessie King Brooch for Murrle Bennett
Silver and polychrome enamel brooch designed by Jessie Marion King and made by Murrle Bennett & Co. London, circa 1905.
Very slightly concave and with colours of red, green and yellow contrasting with the unenamelled silver areas.
A rare and delightful brooch, most probably retailed at the time by Liberty.
With the usual gold fastener and marked MB & Co and ‘silver’ verso. The width is 3.5 cm.