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Necklace attributed to Murrle Bennett
Necklace in 9 ct. gold with alternate baroque pearls and randomly shaped turquoise stones, all caged in gold wire, spaced along the entire length.
Between each one is an ornate gold wirework motif attached by a couple of little links.
In the centre of the necklace a large and very fine caged baroque pearl forms the drop.
No maker’s mark apparent but this is unsurprising as the gold components are too small to accomodate one. However, we are sure this was made by Murrle Bennett & Co for Liberty’s circa 1900.
Marked 9 ct. on the clasp and ring and with a length of a touch over 42 cm.
See also our item no. 13220 for a bracelet in the same style but with corals instead of turquoise stones.