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Liberty Silver and Enamel Pendant
Arts & Crafts revival pendant necklace marked for Liberty & Co. and showing an Edinburgh hallmark for the year 1988.
Of a good size with an almost heart-shaped outline and an ornate openwork design at the top sides where it connects to the chain.
The contoured surface is divided into two halves, each enamelled in blue and green, with a further detail of two little purplish-red dots at the foot.
Suspended from the necklace chain via four matching short connecting lengths of chain, adding to the typical antique Arts & Crafts look.
The pendant is 5 cm in width and just a fraction under 7 cm in length from the top of the suspender chains.