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Murrle Bennett Enamelled Pendant*
Art Nouveau silver pendant made by Murrle Bennett & Co., typical of the designs sold by Liberty’s in the early 1900’s.
Showing an openwork entrelac design with an upright, shaped outline incorporating sweeping fluid lines and a colouful enamel oval in the centre.
At the top is a series of small overlapping circles, each individually enamelled in matching shades of green and blue.
A very recognisable Murrle Bennett enamelled drop is suspended at the foot.
Marked on the reverse for 950 silver and with the MBCo maker’s mark.
The pendant, including its bale and drop, measures just over 6 cm in length. The silver chain, which has a barrel type fastener is approximately 42 cm long.