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Art Nouveau Enamelled Pendant by Henry Pope*
Striking Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant of convex shape, styled with a pair of open wings over an openwork design of sweeping curves on either side, below and in between.
Vividly enamelled in various shades of blue, green and golden yellow and with a contoured enamelled drop at the foot.
Hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1909 and showing the maker’s mark HP which we believe to be for Henry Pope of that city who made silver jewellery at his workshop in Pitsford Street.
A little over 4 cm long from the top of the wing tips to the bottom of the drop, with the silver chain measuring 46 cm.