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James Fenton Pendant and Chain*
Rare and lovely silver and enamel pendant by James Fenton, hallmarked Birmingham 1908.
An unusual design for Fenton with a suggestion of a Secessionist look but still very Art Nouveau in style.
Two green enamel roundels give a delightful splash of colour and the pendant is finished with a baroque pearl suspended below.
Measuring approximately 6.5 cm including the bale and the drop, the chain being 40 cm in length.