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Liberty Pendant attr. to Jessie King*
English Arts & Crafts silver and enamel pendant attributed to Jessie Marion King, designed for Liberty of London.
In typical Jessie King style with a series of little stylised leaflets enamelled in a shade of blue-green, on curving stems surrounding a central mother-of-pearl plaque.
At the foot is suspended an oval mother-of-pearl silver mounted drop.
Early 1900’s and 5.5 cm long from the top of the bale to the bottom of the drop. The necklace chain measures 43 cm in length.
Lit: Victor Arwas, Liberty Style, p. 72