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Necklace attr. to Murrle Bennett*
Silver and amethyst necklace that, although we can find no maker’s mark, is firmly attributed to Murrle Bennet & Co.
A shield shape with wirework detail winding and crossing its way both in front of and behind the hammered silver plaque and with a total of four faceted amethyst stones.
Suspended on double chains from a pair of small hammered silver spacers that are also set with amethysts and with an amethyst drop.
Circa 1900 and completely original throughout, the silver chain being fitted with a gold clasp.
The main pendant is a touch over 4 cm long, including the drop, with the necklace being 42 cm in length when opened out.