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Liberty Silver and Moonstones Pendant
Silver and moonstone pendant made for Liberty of London dating from the early 1900’s.
Approximately circular with an openwork design of stems, leaves and little buds, the latter set with moonstones suggesting the emerging colour of the flowers.
The foliate design encircles a larger moonstone which is set in the centre.
With the original bale and on a silver chain measuring 42cm long.
Unmarked but a recorded Liberty design, the pendant and bale being 4 cm in length.