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James Fenton Pendant ‘Honesty’*
This is an early example of the much-loved Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant ‘Honesty’ by James Fenton.
Hallmarked Birmingham 1907, it is complete with three enamelled drops and a specially shaped suspender showing further enamel detail.
Later versions usually have just a single central drop and often are without a suspender.
With the J.F maker’s mark and measuring a fraction over 6 cm from the top of the suspender to the bottom of the central drop.
The necklace chain has a length of 47 cm.