Silver pendant set with precious stones

Charles Sargeant Jagger

c.1914

Source: McAllister 96

According to I. G. McAllister, Jagger "delights in making jewellery. An example is shown of a fairy-like pendant in silver set with precious stones, but except as a pastime he is not likely to do much of this class of work, for larger and more serious things claim his attention" (99).

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