Here is a rare vintage sterling silver pendant in the form of a chunky ingot - which has been designed by Jack Spencer.
The mark to the ingot features his unique hallmark design.
This piece of vintage 70s jewellery is rare and hard to find in such excellent condition. The quality of workmanship is really excellent.
Quality pieces by Spencer were often sold in Scotland in the prestigious George Street Jewellers, Hamilton and Inches.
Jack Spencer is a much sought-after designer who studied at the Sheffield School of Art - he produced a range of limited edition stylised and geometric pendants as well as this oversized hallmark range of designs.
It is hallmarked for sterling silver with the Edinburgh Assay mark, the lion passant, date mark "C" for 1977 and the makers mark "JS" for Jack Spencer. The Queen's Head on the hallmark shows that this piece was made in her Silver Jubilee Year.
It is in really excellent condition and looks much better in "real life" than suggested in my close up photographs.
The ingot section measures: 3 cm square. It is a one-ounce ingot.
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