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Murrle Bennett Pendant Necklace*
Hammered silver pendant necklace in two sections, each set with an appropriately sized mother-of-pearl plaque in a gold mount.
The two parts mirror each other in shape but not in size, and are linked by three oval rings, allowing movement between the two.
A fine natural wing pearl is used in the drop and the necklace is on its original chain.
Made by Murrle Bennett, showing their maker’s mark on the back and marked for 950 silver.
The pendant measures 6 cm in length, including the pearl, and the necklace chain is approximately 40 cm long.