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Silver and Chrysoprase Necklace attr. to Artificers’ Guild*
Silver Arts & Crafts necklace attributed to the Artificers’ Guild.
In three distinct sections with the largest having an approximately star-shaped outline enclosing delightfully detailed stems, leaves and little silver balls.
This is suspended beneath a small flower-shaped mid section which in turn hangs below the topmost part with its more horizontal outline.
All three parts are set with chrysoprase cabochons and another pair decorate the side attachments just after the start of the necklace chain.
No maker’s mark but the use of figure-of-eight links with beads and flat discs is not untypical of some of the work produced by certain members of the Artificers’ Guild.
Circa early 1920’s with the three section pendant having a length of just under 6.5 cm and the necklace chain measuring approximately 49cm in total.