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Liberty Silver and Turquoise Pendant
Silver Arts & Crafts pendant made for Liberty & Co. around the end of the 19th century.
A pointed oval shape, with a hammered finish to the silver and four little heart shaped leaves. In the centre is set an oval turquoise matrix cabochon.
Unmarked but attributed to Oliver Baker, brother-in-law of the silversmith W.H. Haseler whose company made jewellery for Liberty’s.
Approximately 4.5 cms. in length, including the distinctive bale. The chain with its barrel clasp is 41 cms. long.