This signed necklace is in the Arts and Crafts style with the ethereal blue-green enamel the era is known for. The added detail of Celtic style interlocking knot like links in hammered silver above the pendant is something Murrle Bennett was well known for. The silver surface of the pendant has a hammered texture and openwork design.
Murrle Bennett was well known for their beautifully crafted Jewelry. Active from 1884 to 1914 in London the company was founded by Ernest Murrle and JB Bennett. They created lovely pieces in the prevailing styles of the period.
Sterling Silver is 92.5 parts out of 100 silver with 7.5 parts being alloys. The higher silver content of Murrle Bennett pieces is 950 with 95 parts silver and only 5 parts alloys.
Materials: 950 Silver and Enamel.
Measurements: The chain is 17" long and the pendant is 1.08" long with the decorative links measuring .43" long.
Condition: Very Good with a small solder to the back, with patina intact.
Era: Circa 1910