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Henry Williamson Art Nouveau Pendant
Silver and enamel Art Nouveau pendant from Henry Williamson Ltd., silversmiths who had workshops in both London and Birmingham during the late 1800’s until around the 1920’s.
A fluid, openwork design with an enamelled oval at the top, beneath which three blue-green fern like fronds curve down on one side, their blue tips curling upwards again at the bottom.
Completed with a very James Fenton like enamelled drop suspended below on a single link.
Hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1908 and also showing the H.W.Ld maker’s mark.
A touch over 5 cm long including the oval bale and the drop. The silver necklace chain measures 44 cm.