A silver, enamel and multi gem pendant by the Artificers Guild

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A rare silver pendant retailed by the Artificers Guild dating to c. 1915.  This was probably designed and made by John Paul Cooper who sold a number of pieces through the Guild from c 1902-1914. The stones comprise a central opal surrounded by two green chrysoprases.  The main openwork flowers are in blue green enamels with a purple pink drop that I think is amethyst but may be tourmaline or ruby.  It is unmarked but asides having all the characteristics of the Artificers Guild’s work, it comes in an original box with silk lid interior marked for “The Artificers Guild Ltd, 4 Conduit Street, London”

The condition of both box and pendant are exceptional. All the enamelling is original and intact.  It is beautifully made – see images of both front and back.

Maker:  Artificers Guild / John Paul Cooper

Designer:  John Paul Cooper (attrib)

Date : c 1915

Marks: Unmarked

Material: Sterling silver, semi precious stones – see description

Condition: Excellent

Size: Drop 5.5 cm excl bezel, max width 2.5cm. Chain 41 cm

Weight: NM

SKU: A1340a-1 Category:

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Art nouveau, Arts and crafts