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Necklace attr. to Amy Sandheim
Large and impressive English Arts & Crafts silver pendant necklace set with an assortment of stones including amethyysts, citrines, garnets and moonstones.
Approximately circular in outline, the pendant comprises seven matching ornate openwork silver components evenly spaced between the rings of stones and binding them together.
Set in the centre is an irregular shaped amethyst coloured cabochon and five little teardrop shaped garnet drops are suspender below.
The moonstone set bale connects to an ornate necklace chain which links alternate boat-shaped openwork silver plates with garnet beads along the entire length.
Typical Arts & Crafts work, especially in the use of mixed stones of assorted shapes and sizes, and almost certainly made by Amy Sandheim to whom it is attributed.
Circa 1930 -35 and with a length of 10 cm including the moonstone bale and the central garnet drop. The necklace chain measures approximately 52 cm.