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Pendant attr. to Dorrie Nossiter
Crescent shaped pendant crafted in both gold and silver, featuring a curved row of oval amethysts with little circular turquoise cabochons between each one along the lower edge.
The gold wirework above follows the inside line of the crescent and the central detail continues the use of both stones.
At the very top a single turquoise stone is set in the centre.
Suspended on two short lengths of chain from a gold ring which connects to the silver necklace chain.
Circa late 1920’s to 30’s, no marks but so Dorrie Nossiter that it surely has to be from her workshop.