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Murrle Bennett Brooch for Liberty*
Triangular silver brooch made by Murrle Bennett & Co for Liberty of London around the end of the 19th century.
Designed very much in the manner of Archibald Knox with a Celtic knot motif at each of the three corners and blue and green enamel decorating the centre, divided into three equal ellipses.
Showing the maker’s mark on the back together with the silver content of 950.
Approximately 3.5 cm wide.