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Liberty Silver Pendant Designed by Archibald Knox*
Silver pendant with a finely hammered finish designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty’s circa 1900-04.
With a somewhat bell-shaped outline and openwork entrelac detail, the pendant is set with an oval turquoise matrix stone in its centre.
Marked verso with the word silver and the L & Co mark for Liberty & Co., this being their model no. 8168.
The original bale is still fitted and the length including this is just a fraction over 5 cm.
On a silver necklace chain measuring 46 cm.
Lit: Archibald Knox by Stephen A. Martin, p. 255 (shown with enamel centre).