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James Fenton Pendant Necklace*
Silver and enamel pendant necklace by James Fenton in a striking design that we’ve not come across before.
A complex outine with an openwork triangle framing the top half of a convex circular feature which is divided into four upright sections, each enamelled in shades of blue and green.
Little blue enamelled dots add detail at the top point of the triangle and below the three dividing lines running up and down the centre circle.
With three typically Fenton blue enamelled drops and a pair of side attachments on the necklace chain, each highlighted with green enamel.
Marked JF and hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1908.
Measuring 9.5 cm from the top of the side attachments to the bottom of the central drop, with the remaining length of chain a further 40 cm long.