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Murrle Bennett Peacock Eye Pendant
Art Nouveau slender shaped pendant from Murrle Bennet & Co, enamelled in the centre with a teardrop shape in peacock eye shades.
Ornately shaped at top and bottom with a somewhat entrelac type Celtic design detail.
A pear-shaped drop, enamelled in similar colours is suspended below.
Marked on the back with the MB & Co maker's mark and the silver content.
The pendant measures around 5.5 cm including the bale and drop and the silver chain is approximately 47 cm long.