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James Fenton Pendant Necklace*
Distinctive silver and enamel pendant necklace by James Fenton complete with a pair of side attachments and three drops, that we’ve not come across before.
A sweeping design in landscape orientation with the central area enamelled in green and showing that typically Fenton ‘bobbly’ look.
The end details are enamelled in a contrasting shade of dark blue and the same colour is used on the spacers and the drops.
Marked J.F on the reverse and with a Birmingham hallmark for the year 1908.
Length from the top of the side attachments to the bottom of the central drop is 7 cm and the remainder of the necklace chain, which has an unusual Arts & Crafts type fastener, measures a further 40 cm.