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James Fenton Silver and Enamel Pendant
Rarely seen Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant from James Fenton, hallmarked for the year 1909.
An upright pierced design with a gently rounded top section and the appearance of fine silver lines connecting it to the lower part.
Decorated in between with vibrant green enamelling and also showing a scrolling silver detail.
Finished at the foot with three enamelled drops, the central one highlighted with a touch of deep blue at its top.
Marked on the reverse with the JF maker’s mark and Birmingham hallmark.
The pendant measures approximately 6.5 cm from the bale to the bottom of the centre drop. The necklace chain is 61 cm long.