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Murrle Bennett Pendant with Enamelled Flowers
Hammered circular silver pendant with a semi-openwork design of little enamelled flowers and leaves set against a trellis background.
Made by Murrle Bennett for Liberty of London circa 1900, the pendant is set with a mother-of-pearl centre and another below, forming the drop.
Slightly concave and with detailed shaping to the outline, giving a look of symmetrical elegance.
Showing the maker’s mark on the reverse together with the silver content of 950 – a higher grade than sterling.
Approximately 5 cm long, including the bale and the drop, with the sterling silver chain measuring 41 cm.