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Pendant attr. to Sibyl Dunlop*
Arts & Crafts silver pendant attributed to Sibyl Dunlop with an assortment of orange-red, green and tan chalcedony cabochons and a surround of faceted aquamarine coloured paste stones.
In the form of a series of concentric circles with little silver leaves separating the individual stones, the same theme being continued on the dedicated bale with its featured shaped stone.
Very well made, the contrasting colours and impressive dimensions giving real visual impact.
Circa 1920’s and unmarked but we are in no doubt at all that it’s by Dunlop.
The pendant measures 6 cm long including the bale. The silver necklace chain is 50 cm long.