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Liberty Silver and Enamel Pendant*
The second of two pendants we’ve acquired that were made by the Birmingham based company of W.H. Haseler & Co for Liberty of London around 1900.
Typically Art Nouveau with a shaped outline incorporating a pair of large blue-green enamelled leaves and a central emerald matrix cabochon.
Beneath is suspended a fine baroque pearl drop.
Marked on the reverse WHH (William Hair Haseler) and silver.
The pendant, including its bale and drop, has a length of 4 cm and the silver chain, which has a barrel clasp, measures just under 50 cm.