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Silver and Enamel Pendant by W.H. Haseler*
Art Nouveau silver pendant from the Birmingham workshop of William Hair Haseler who made silver jewellery for Liberty of London.
In the form of a stylised open flower with the petals at the top, together with part of the centre, richly enamelled in shades of green and blue.
The dedicated and delicately shaped bale is also enamelled in similar colours.
Showing the WHH maker’s mark on the reverse together with the word silver, this pendant would have been made in the early 1900’s.
Measuring 3.25 cm long, including the bale.
The necklace chain has a barrel type clasp and is 40 cm in length.