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Silver and Enamel Cross Pendant
An unusual and quite distinctive silver and enamel pendant in the form of a symmetrical cross.
The silver detail incorporated into the design divides the face into separate areas which are each enamelled in various colours including shades of blue, green and mauve.
Suspended on two short lengths of chain from a little silver wirework feature that connects to the necklace chain.
Enamel has also been applied to the back to ensure stability but we can find no maker’s mark.
The diameter is 3.5 cm and length, including the wirework suspender, is just over 6.5 cm.
The silver necklace chain, which has a typical Arts & Crafts toggle type fastener, measures 45 cm.