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James Fenton Pendant on Silver Chain*
Shield shaped silver pendant from James Fenton hallmarked Birmingham 1908.
With a hammered finish and detailed infills at the shoulders of blue and green enamelling, the centre being further enamelled in a mix of red, green and yellow. These are colours that are not often seen in this pendant.
A small drop, in blue and green completes a classically elegant design.
The pendant measures just under 4.5 cm long, including its drop, and the sterling silver necklace chain has a length of 50 cm.