A fine Art Deco sterling silver and Blue John necklace Stamp of Thomas Lyster Mott of Birmingham, second quarter 20th century Formed of twenty-six (26) rectangular cushion-shaped panels within sterling tray beds each having millegrain bead edge and ring lugs, stamped verso to one bed 'TLM STERLING ENGLAND', each panel approx. 8mm x 12mm, total length inc. loop fastener 370mm. Thomas Lyster Mott (b.1881) joined his father Thomas London Mott's firm at 79 Vyse Street (a stone's throw from these rooms) and introduced the Art Deco style of jewellery, incorporating butterfly wing and other elements into his designs. He exhibited at the 1924 British Empire Exhibition, and is listed in Grace's Guide at the British Industries Exhibitions of 1929 and 1947.
A fine Art Deco sterling silver and Blue John necklace Stamp of Thomas Lyster Mott of Birmingham, se