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James Fenton Bracelet
Silver and enamel bracelet from James fenton with a Birmingham hallmark for the year 1908.
The nine plaques, linked between plain silver spacers, are enamelled alternately in shades of blue and orange graduating to yellow.
With a typical Fenton clasp, the outer part of which is enamelled in green and dark blue.
Some inevitable age related scratching to two or three of the silver plates but clearly still very wearable.
The bracelet is 19 cm long.