Arthur Joseph Gaskin British
and Georgina Evelyn Cave Gaskin British

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Arthur and Georgie Gaskin worked in a variety of media in the early years of the twentieth century, and the brooches, necklaces, and pendants that they designed are regarded as among the finest of British Arts and Crafts jewelry. The use of a variety of decorative stones, pearls, and glass arranged in settings of foliate designs is typical of the Gaskins' work.

Necklace, Arthur Joseph Gaskin (British, Birmingham 1862–1928 Chipping Campden), Gold, silver, opal, seed pearl, pink tourmaline, diamond, green glass, British, Birmingham

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