Dorrie Nossiter (attrib.). No details on the http://www.dorrienossiter.co.uk/where-to-buy/dreweatts.html page. Dreweatt Neate sold an Arts and Crafts gem set silver coloured ring, attributed to Dorrie Nossiter, unmarked, the tapering head with wire scrolls and beadpoints (no photo), 24 June 2008, £260: pretty sure it's this one. A heart-shaped stone at the top. Sold by Dreweatt Neate.
Dorrie Nossiter. Arts and Crafts brooch. The hoop frame of gold leaves, silver scrolls and beading is set with cabochon moonstones, assorted sapphires and pink and green tourmalines in a mixture of claw and collet settings, measures 4.8cm in diameter. Sold by Tennants. View 1.
This is not contemporary - image from a gallery of vintage and/or antique objects. BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987) A silver Arts & Crafts bracelet with jadeite and dyed crackle quartz antique Chinese buttons set in foliate settings decorated with peridots and tourmalines.
Dorrie Nossiter. Arts and Crafts ring. Silver, gold and opal, c. 1930. H: 2 cm (0.79 in). Original fitted case. An exceptional full play fire opal surrounded by cherry opals (orange fire opals). Original box marked: 'Dorrie Nossiter 40 Parliament Hill Mans. Lissenden Gdns. N.W.6. Tel: Gulliver 4201'. Sold by Tadema Gallery. View 1.
An early 20th century Arts and Crafts gem-set pendant necklace, by A.H. Anderson for the Elverhoj Colony. The wide navette-shaped plaque set with a triangular-shaped opal, in closed back-setting, within an intricate openwork scrolling surround accented by circular-cut gemstones including sapphires, chrysoberyl, and aquamarine, suspended from two similar plaques, to a figaro-link chain, signed Elverhoj, lengths: pendant 6.5cm, chain 45.8cm. Via Bonhams.
Dorrie Nossiter. An Arts and Crafts gem set pendant, unmarked, the circular frame enclosing a cut vine leaf, tendrils and beading, set with peridots, moonstone, an opal, and a pink tourmaline, 2.4 cm diameter, on a later chain. Sold by Dreweatts.