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Liberty Silver and Enamel Pendant*
A rare Arts & Crafts pendant dating from 1893/4, made in Birmingam for Liberty of London.
Shield-shaped and made of silver with polychrome enamelling and an Art Nouveau inspired design of budding tulips and stems.
The tulip detail is also shown on the bale.
In good condition with an old burst bubble in the light part of the enamel, almost certainly dating from the time the pendant was crafted.
The length, including the bale is approximately 5 cm.