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James Fenton Pendant Necklace*
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant necklace from James Fenton, hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1908.
Openwork in style and approximately circular in outline with teardrop shaped central feature enamelled in shades of blue.
Arched above is a green and yellow enamelled stylised leafy feature, with a little light blue circle below, immediately above the typical Fenton enamelled drop.
The pendant is suspended on two short lengths of chain from a pair of side attachmnents which themselves are connected by another short chain.
Marked JF on the back and with a length of around 8.5 cm from the side attachments to the bottom of the drop, with the necklace chain adding a further 40 cm.
The chainwork matches throughout and is all original.