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W.H. Haseler Owl Pendant*
Hallmarked silver and enamel pendant in the form of an owl with its wings outspread, surrounded by an oval leafy wreath.
Lovely detail on the face and feathering of the owl and fine enamelling in a combination of light and dark blue on the leaves and berries.
Made by the Birmingham silversmith and jewellery maker William Hair Haseler who supplied Liberty’s London store.
Impressed on the back with the WHH maker’s mark together with a Birmingham hallmark for the year 1910 and the design registration number 89.
The pendant is 3 cm wide and the silver necklace chain, which has a barrel type clasp, measures 43 cm in length.