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Jessie King Gold Pendant Necklace for Liberty
Delightful little pendant necklace in high carat gold designed by Jessie King for the Liberty of London store.
Open in style, with her trademark enamelled leaves mostly in green but some on the right hand side in a shade of pinkish red.
An amethyst is set in the centre and a fixed pearl sits below the pair of leaves at the foot.
Three tiny seed pearls are set in a triangle at the top and the colour combination of the whole is very likely to reference that of the Suffragette movement.
Circa 1910 and on a Liberty gold chain with its very recognisable clasp.
The pendant is 2.5 cm in length and the chain measures approximately 39 cm.