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Silver & Enamel Bracelet attr. to Liberty*
Art Nouveau silver bracelet dating from the early 1900’s that, although unmarked, we feel is so typically Liberty’s in style that it was almost certainly retailed by that store.
Comprising a series of eight matching silver plaques, each with a shaped rectangular outline and etched and enamelled detail in shades of blue and green.
Three links divide each of the plaques and the bracelet is fitted with a bolt ring fastener.
A fraction below 19 cm in length.