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Liberty Silver and Amethyst Pendant*
Silver pendant designed by Archibald Knox for the Liberty of London store.
Showing a lightly hammered finish and set with an oval faceted amethyst stone of good colour, this understated design is one of a small range of similar pendants which were made by W.H. Haseler for supply to Liberty’s. All have the same inverted heart detail at the top.
Marked silver and L&Co on the back and measuring 4.25 cm long including the bale.
The necklace chain is approximately 45 cm long.