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Jessie King Pendant for Liberty
Arts & Crafts silver and enamel pendant designed and made by Jessie Marion King for the Lberty of London store circa 1900.
Six stylised leaf shaped silver plaques, each partially enamelled in shades of blue and yellow, circle a centrally set mother-of-pearl oval.
Circa 1905, unsigned but an aknowledged Liberty piece and clearly from the workshop of this esteemed Scottish craftswoman and illustrator.
A fraction below 4 cm long, including the bale, with the necklace chain measuring 39 cm.