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James Fenton Silver and Enamel Bracelet*
Silver and enamel bracelet made by James Fenton, bearing a Birmingham hallmark for the year 1909.
With five identical silver plaques, each enamelled in the centre in graduated shades of blue. The plaques are separated by small silver links, allowing the bracelet to bend comfortably around the wrist.
The slide-in clasp fits with a positive click into its rectangular receiver which also shows enamel detail, and a safety chain is fitted.
Approximately 19.5 cm in circumference.