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Liberty Gold and Amethyst Pendant*
High carat gold pendant made for Liberty of London in the early 1900’s.
Openwork in design with an inverted horse-shoe shaped look to the main element, from the centre of which is suspended a double drop. Two smaller drops, matching the lower part of the central one, hang from each side of the main section.
Set with faceted amethyst stones, further detailed with little green enamelled leaves, and at the top a rounded suspender also set with an amethyst.
Unmarked but a recorded and very elegant Liberty design.
The pendant, including the gold bale, measures 6 cm and the chain, which has a hand-made clasp, has a length of 42 cm.