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Necklace by W.H. Haseler for Liberty
Art Nouveau silver necklace made by the Birmingham firm of W.H. Haseler for Liberty of London circa 1900.
Openwork silver in a stylised floral design, set with a central turquoise matrix cabochon and three little seed pearls.
This main section drops from a circular silver disc inlaid with mother-of-pearl, which in turn hangs below a pretty butterfly shaped silver suspender.
Marked verso WHH for William Hair Haseler and also with a 925 silver mark.
Approximately 5 cm long including the suspender, with the necklace chain measuring 40 cm.