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Murrle Bennett Silver and Enamel Flower Pendant*
Rare silver and enamel pendant from Murrle Bennett in hard to find colours.
Circular in outline, with an ornately shaped convex central design surmounted by a flower. The five heart-shaped petals are picked out in shades of golden yellow and red with little green arrow-shaped strips dividing them. Further smaller petals are detailed in the flower’s centre.
Immediately below the flower are three small silver dots and, to complete the design a little oval drop, enamelled in peacock colours is suspended from the pendant’s base.
We have left the silver as we found it, still with its aged look but it could quite easily be polished if preferred.
On a fine old silver chain measuring approximately 45 cm. The pendant measures a little below 5 cm long overall from the top of the bale.
Marked on the back with the maker’s mark and silver content.