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Kate Eadie Silver and Aquamarine Necklace*
An English Arts & Crafts silver necklace set with aquamarines and with enamel detail, by Kate M. Eadie (1878-1945).
An ornate and intricate design in festoon style with silver wirework supporting little sprays of leaves, some randomly enamelled in a matching shade of blue, surrounding the stones.
Each of the the five elements has a drop suspended below, the main central one being a double. Two further drops, one each side of the larger central element, complete an extremely elegant design.
In the original retailer’s box of Payne & Son of Oxford, who have been in business since 1790 and are now into their eighth generation of family members.
No marks but clearly by Kate Eadie who studied under Arthur Gaskin and exhibited her jewellery at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists between 1908 and 1911.
The necklace, when opened out, has an overall length of 41 cm and the width of the main design is 13.5 cm. The central section is 6 cm long including the double drop.