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Liberty Silver and Enamel Floral Pendant*
Silver pendant in the shape of an open flower, enamelled in shades of blue and green with small touches of pinkish violet.
Set in the centre is an upright oval mother-of-pearl plaque and at the foot hangs a baroque pearl drop.
There are no marks but this is a well documented Liberty design, number 8750 and dates from circa early 1900’s, probably having been made for them by Hasleler’s.
The pendant is attached to a silver bale and measures a little over 5.5 cm in length including this and the pearl drop.
The silver necklace chain measures approximately 40 cm long.