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Liberty Silver and Moonstone Pendant*
English Arts & Crafts silver pendant made for Liberty’s of London circa early 1900’s.
Openwork in style, with a design of leaves and flowers ringed by seven little moonstones around the perimeter.
Centrally placed, immediatley beneath the foliage is a quite superb oval moonstone cabochon, with a minutely beaded border subtly decorating the collet setting.
Unmarked but a known Liberty design from the period and still on the original chain with its very individual wirework fastener.
A touch over 4.5 cm long including the bale, with the necklace chain measuring approximately 49 cm.