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Liberty Necklace by Jessie King*
Silver-gilt and enamel Arts & Crafts necklace set with opals, designed by Jessie M. King for Liberty around 1905.
The main element is approximately triangular in shape with an openwork design of little green enamelled leaves and white bell shaped flowers.
This same theme is repeated along the entire length of the necklace chain but with each flower and pair leaves of separated by a round opal cabochon. These gradually reduce in size, with the smallest two on either side of the clasp, which too is decorated wih a flower and leaves.
The design is completed with a pair of opals, one round and one teardrop shaped, forming the drop.
Unmarked but an acknowledged Liberty piece with a length, when opened out, of 39 cm.