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Art Nouveau Pendant from James Fenton
Silver and enamel Art Nouveau pendant by James Fenton with a Birmingham hallmark for the year 1908.
With a rounded triangular and somewhat shield-shaped outline, the centre divided into three enamelled areas in a vibrant blue-green mix.
Further accented with fine silverwork both within and across the enamelled sections.
Completed at the foot with an instantly recognizable Fenton enamelled drop and bearing the J.F maker’s mark on the back.
The length including the bale and the drop is 5 cms. with the necklace chain measuring a little over 41 cms.