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Murrle Bennett Silver and Opal Belt Buckle*
Classic Art Nouveau silver belt buckle, made by Murrle Bennett & Co for the Liberty of London store around the late 1800’s.
With a flowing and sweeping openwork design, very Archibald Knox in style, the two halves perfectly mirror each other.
Set towards the centre are six black opals, three on each side.
Marked on the reverse with the 950 silver content and the MBCo maker’s mark and measuring just a fraction below 6.5 cm wide by 4 cm high.