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James Fenton Pendant*
English Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant by James Fenton.
Semi openwork in style with two cells enamelled in vivid peacock eye shades of purplish blue and green.
A pear shaped enamel drop completes a very distinctive design.
Hallmarked on the reverse at the Birmingham assay office for the year 1909 and showing the Fenton maker’s mark.
The pendant measures 5 cm long, including the bale and the drop, and the chain has a length of 45 cm.