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W.H. Haseler Pendant*
Unusual geometric hammered silver pendant with colourful enamel detail made by William Hair Haseler of Birmingham who made this type of jewellery for the Liberty & Co store in London.
Approximately rectangular but with a domed top and curved base, the main plaque is detailed with little squares of different coloured enamel on each side and along the top.
In addition, three circles are placed at the top corners and immediatey above the curved top, each enamelled with a white square.
Finally, a little baroque pearl is fitted as a drop.
Early 1900’s, marked WHH and silver on the back and measuring approximately 4 cm in length.
The silver chain has a barrel type clasp and a length of 41 cm.