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Necklace Attributed to Edward Spencer for The Artificers’ Guild*
High carat gold pendant necklace attributed to Edward Spencer for the Artificers’ Guild, dating from circa 1905-10.
Of a slender design with three linked graduated sections, each with a leaf and berry design detail above a cabochon pink tourmaline set within a fine rope pattern border.
These are suspended on two short lengths of chain from a central spacer connecting to the necklace chain, showing an opening flower bud and further leaves and berries.
A beautifully made and somewhat understated piece showing a real subtlety of design.
The total length of the decorative section is just a fraction below 5.5 cm and the necklace chain, with its delightful Arts & Crafts clasp, measures around 41 cm.