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Liberty Gold and Enamel Pendant
Rarely found high carat gold pendant from Liberty with an enamelled plaque set in its centre.
An Art Nouveau design with elegant sweeping lines surrounding a teardrop shaped cebtral section highlighted with richly coloured enamel shading from green to deep blue.
Fanning out at the top is a pair of small leaves, each set with a seed pearl, and the pendant is completed at the foot with a natural pearl drop.
Illustrated in the Liberty archives as design no. 591 and dating from the very early 1900’s.
The length from the top of the bale to the bottom of the pearl drop is a little over 5 cm. The 9 ct. gold necklace chain is 46 cm long.