This is a stylish 1970s traditional Scottish silver pendant.
It was made by a company called Hebridean Jewellery - who manufature sterling silver jewellery based on traditional designs from the Pictish and Celtic periods.
The business was established in 1974, on the Isle of South Uist in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland.
It has a team of craftsmen making good quality jewellery. The workshop is led by John Hart, son of the celebrated designer and pioneer of the Scottish Jewellery revival in the 1940s.
These lovely pieces are finely crafted and of excellent quality.
This lovely pendant is made from sterling silver, inset with a black coloured polished Scottish agate stone.
It has full hallmarks for Edinburgh 1977.
The outer diameter is 1 3/4 inches. The agate is about an inch in diameter.
The chain is a shorter one of about 18 inches, and the overall drop of the pendant from top of chain to base of pendant is just over 10 1/4 inches.
It will be send in a simple little black gift box, and of course in lovely vintage condition - clean and without damages.
International postage is quoted for fully insured, tracked and signed for delivery.