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Liberty Necklace by Oliver Baker*
Silver and turquoise Art & Crafts necklace designed for Liberty of London by Oliver Baker.
With eight turquoise matrix cabochons, all of a slightly irregular size and shape, each one apart from the drop framed with an openwork Art Nouveau inspired silver design detail.
The sections are all linked by short lengths of chain, matching the actual necklace chain with its barrel type clasp.
Unmarked but an acknowledged Liberty piece and completely original.
With a total length of just under 39 cm.