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Liberty Silver, Gold and Turquoise Pendant*
Arts & Crafts pendant with an Art Nouveau inspired openwork design of sprays of stems and heart-shaped leaves flanking a fine turquoise matrix stone.
Crafted in a combination of silver and gold, the stems and the collet settings for the stones being in gold and the leaves and berries in silver.
Two small turquoise stones add further colour, one set at the top of the pendant and the other in the drop.
Early 1900’s with no marks but so Liberty in style that it surely must have been retailed by them.
Measuring 5 cm in length including the bale and drop. The necklace chain, which has a barrel type clasp, is 43 cm long.