Dorrie Nossiter (in the style of). Silver and moonstone pendant, the circular frame with cabochons, a leaf, tendrils and beads, with a cabochon drop below and divider above. 2.8 cm diameter on a chain 45 cm long. This is similar to a pendant without the drop below and divider above featured http://www.dorrienossiter.co.uk/designs/plant-forms-and-design/natural-forms.html. Sold by Dreweatt Neate.
Dorrie Nossiter (attrib). Arts and Crafts pendant necklace, the central facetted amethyst surrounded by a network of vines and opal cabochons with further cut amethyst stone and cabochon opal pendant drop, the twisted link chain amethyst stone spacers. Attributed to Sibyl Dunlop as well as Dorrie by the auctioneers, but is likely by Dorrie. Lyon and Turnbull, 5 Nov 2003, £400. Adapted from a clip into a pendant, and late chain with amethysts added See…
Liberty & Co. - JESSIE M. KING (1875-1949) LIBERTY & Co. A silver and gold necklace set with moonstones within borders of blue/green enamelled leaves surrounded by gold wire wirework and gold florets. The silver chain with a gold clasp. British. Circa 1900.
Dorrie Nossiter (attrib.). An Arts and Crafts brooch, open circular form, applied with a crescent collet set with graduated oval and circular cut moonstone cabochons with clusters of beads and foliate scrolls between 4cm diameter. Sold by Lyon and Turnbull, 7 November 2012.
.830 Silver and Moonstone Necklace, Georg Jensen, designed by Georg Jensen, the bud and foliate motifs set with moonstone cabochons, lg. 16 1/2 in., no. 1, signed Georg Jensen with background of dots stamped in an oval, Denmark.