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Margaret Wilson Pendant*
Silver and chrysoprase Arts & Crafts pendant attributed to the Scottish jewellery maker Margaret Wilson.
A hammered concave shield shape with a pair of overlaid semi-circular ‘handles’ either side of an oval amber coloured chrysoprase cabochon.
The hand made elongated hammered silver bale is also typical of the craftsmanship of Mary Wilson who, together with her sister Margaret, made Arts & Crafts jewellery in Glasgow around the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Impressed with the design number 104 on the back.
A little under 4 cm long, including the bale. The silver necklace chain has a barrel type clasp and measures 46 cm.