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Liberty Brooch by Oliver Baker
Arts & Crafts sterling silver and peacock enamel brooch designed for Liberty & Co of London by Oliver Baker.
Approximately square in shape with a semi openwork design of interwoven ribbons of silver beneath a divided and slightly dished top area partially enamelled in vivid green and blue.
A small freshwater pearl drop adds the perfect finishing touch.
Dating circa 1900, unmarked but an acknowledged Liberty piece of the Art Nouveau era, their design number 1362. Approximately 2.7 cm wide and with a total length of a little over 3.5 cm.