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Three Lavaliers on Chains

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These three necklaces with fine chains and pendants (lavalieres) were made by Arts and Crafts metalworker Madeline Yale Wynne. These delicate necklaces are unlike Madeline Wynne's usual work, as she was known for her bold jewelry. Wynne summered in Deerfield, Massachusetts, and wintered in Chicago, Illinois, and was a leader in both communities' Arts and Crafts societies.


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