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Jessie King Pendant
Arts & Crafts pendant that, although unmarked, is undeniably by Jessie Marion King.
A soft, rouned triangular outline made up of three conjoined openwork circles detailed with tiny rings and little dots.
Faceted citrines are set in the centre of each, and three flowers enamelled in a shade of golden yellow emerge at the edges from between the circles.
Typical of the jewellery made by Jessie King for Liberty and dating from circa 1905.
The pendant together with its bale measure just a fraction under 4 cm in length and the necklace chain is 44 cm long.