ARTIFICERS' GUILD, LONDON (1901-1942)
Attributed to EDWARD SPENCER (1873-1938)

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ARTIFICERS' GUILD, LONDON (1901-1942)
Attributed to EDWARD SPENCER (1873-1938)

Silver , gold, fire opal, moonstone & peridot

H  8.10 cm (3.19 in)  |  W  3.80 cm (1.50 in)  |  L  47.50 cm (18.70 in)

Origin United Kingdom, c. 1900
Case Fitted Case
Condition Very good
Weight 25.00 Grams

An exquisite Arts & Crafts jewelled pendant attributed to Edward Spencer for the Artificers’ Guild.
This gorgeous silver & gold pendant is of Puginesque Gothic form, incorporating a quatrefoil against a diamond shaped frame with cabochon fire opals, moonstones & peridots set with delightful Gothic leafage.
So successful is the result that this unique jewel is a major Gothic Revival triumph.

Literature:
cf. Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition, Elyse Zorn Karlin, 1993
Designers for the Artificers' Guild included:
John Houghton Bonnor, John Paul Cooper, Edward Spencer & Henry Wilson

Price Code

Ref No   8324 Reserved

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