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Murrle Bennett Earrings*
A fine pair of enamelled silver earrings made by Murrle Bennett & Co. in the early 1900’s.
Made in three sections, the topmost squarish shaped one being attached firmly to the fitting and suspending beneath it a matching part which in turn links to the main drop, formed in the shape of an emerging stylised flower bud.
All three sections are colourfully enamelled in a shade of mid blue, shading to green on the largest.
Marked on the reverse with the MB Co maker’s mark and for 950 silver.
With screw fittings in 9 ct gold, the earrings measure approximately 2.5 cm in length.