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Pendant by Marples & Beasley*
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant made by the Birmingham silvermiths and jewllery makers Marples & Beasley hallmarked for the year 1909.
With a slightly shaped circular outline and a design of blue heart shaped leaves on sinuous stems falling across and downwards towards one side, against a green background.
With a little teardrop shaped enamelled drop in shades of blue matching the leaves.
The pendant, chain ring and drop measure a touch over 4 cm, and the necklace chain which has a barrel clasp is approximately 40 cm long.