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Murrle Bennett Enamelled Silver Necklace
Art Nouveau silver from Murrle Bennett & Co. highlighted with blue and green enamel.
Semi-openwork in design, with the almost circular main central pendant overlaid with three open flowers and sprays of leaves.
This is suspended on four short lengths of chain from two side attachments in the form of matching enamelled buds, each emerging from a pair of silver leaves.
Finished below with a pearl drop, the necklace is totally original with all the chainwork intact, complete with its toggle fastener.
The main pendant has a length of approximately 4 cm including the drop and, opened out, the necklace is 43 cm long.