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Nelson & Edith Dawson Pendant Necklace
Very beautiful pink, green and golden-yellow enamelled silver pendant with a tulip from Nelson and Edith Dawson, circa 1910.
The flower is pictured in an upright oval, contained within an outer rim which is connected with eight little spokes.
Attached to its original gold chain, this fine and rare English Arts & Crafts necklace dates from circa 1910.
The pendant is approximately 2.5 cm long and the chain has a length of around 41 cm.