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Murrle Bennett Pendant Designed by Jessie King
Silver and enamel Arts & Crafts pendant designed by Jessie Marion King and made by Murrle Bennett & Co. circa early 1900’s.
With an upright, shaped outline, the fluid design divides the face of the pendant into four, the two side areas being filled with a line of little silver flowers against a backdrop of blue-green enamel.
The central sections are similarly enamelled and the pendant is completed with a baroque pearl forming the drop.
Marked verso with the MBCo maker’s mark and for 950 silver.
The length, including the bale and drop, is 5 cm and the silver necklace chain, which has a toggle type fastener, is a little under 47 cm long.