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Necklace by Jessie King for Liberty*
Silver and enamel pendant necklace designed by Jessie Marion King for the Liberty of London store circa 1910.
A sweeping wing-shaped outline enamelled in a mix of blues and greens, with the fine silver lines that separate the enamelled areas detailed with clusters of tiny silver flowers. More are seen at each wingtip and in the centre of the trefoil detail at the top.
The pendant hangs on four short lengths of chain from a pair of matching enamelled spacers which connect to the necklace chain.
Width is 6 cm and the length from the top of the spacers is approximately 7 cm., the remainder of the chain measuring a further 35 cm.
Marked on the back with a slightly rubbed Liberty mark.
This pendant was also seen with an enamelled drop but we can see no evidence that suggests this particular piece has ever had a drop attached.