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Silver and Moss Agate Arts & Crafts Pendant*
Upright oval silver Arts & Crafts pendant with a good size and well defined moss agate stone set in its centre.
The stone is raised above a lightly hammered silver surround showing a detail of little silver balls and leaves.
With an unusual split bale topped with a single silver ball.
The pendant is approximately 5 cm long, 6.5 cm including the bale. On an old Arts & Crafts chain measuring 58 cm in length, fitted with an ‘S; type fastener.
There is a distinctly Liberty look about it but no marks other than an impressed ‘silver’ on the reverse.
N.B. The dark area running down the centre of the stone in the photos is studio reflection and not apparent ‘in the flesh’.