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Scottish Arts & Crafts Necklace attr. to Margaret Wilson*
Scottish Arts & Crafts silver and mother-of-pearl necklace attributed to Margaret Wilson who, together with her sister Mary, made hand crafted jewellery in Glasgow around the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Consisting of a pair of oval, almost boat-shaped attachments either side and a little way above a central triangular feature, all set with carefully chosen pieces of finely contoured mother-of-pearl. Each has a rope pattern silver border and the central plaque is detailed with a little silver ball at the foot.
All three elements are backed with a shaped hammered silver sheet.
Fitted with the original chainwork, including an elongated hook type clasp.
The necklace has a length of 41 cm.