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James Fenton Egyptian Revival Brooch
Silver and enamel brooch from James Fenton in the Egyptian revival style.
Approximately circular in outline, topped with a stylised lotus blossom and with a further three, together with their leaves, standing out strongly against the plain silver background in the central panel.
Around the outside, details of leaves and sheaves of grain frame the brooch which is completed with a deep blue enamelled band part way circling the lower part.
Hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1910 and also showing the J.F maker’s mark.
There is a little note of the brooch’s early history on the back which is engraved with the name and date Sister Rose, 1910.