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W.H. Haseler Enamelled Pendant*
Silver and enamel Arts & Crafts pendant necklace from the Birmingham silversmith William Hair Haseler who made jewellery and other silver items for Liberty of London.
Of a wide shield or open wing shape, the silver pendant shows inside its raised edge little stylised shapes mirrored on each side and enamelled in shades of blue and green.
A pair of matching enamelled spacers are positioned a little above the pendant, joined also with a short length of chain, and at the bottom hangs an oval enamelled drop.
Circa 1900, marked silver on the reverse and also the WHH maker’s mark.
All the chainwork is original, as is the fine old Arts & Crafts toggle type fastener.
Around 6.5 cm long from the spacers to the drop, with the rest of the chain measuring a further 37 cm.