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James Fenton Pendant*
Silver and enamel pendant by James Fenton hallmarked for the year 1909.
Semi openwork with basically an upright oval outline although tapering slightly towards the top where the outer frame forms a loop.
The inner area is enamelled in typically Fenton style in a rich shade of blue, this colour being repeated on the Fenton signature drop.
In the centre is set an oval mother-of pearl plaque, contrasting effectively with the strong colour of the enamel.
6.5 cm long including the bale and the drop, with the silver necklace chain, which has a barrel type clasp, measuring 42 cm.