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James Fenton Silver and Enamel Pendant
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant from James Fenton in a design that’s not often seen.
An upright outline with a gently rounded top section and fine silver lines connecting this to the lower part.
Decorated in between with vibrant enamelling in shades of mottled blue and green together with a scrolling silver detail, and finished at the foot with three enamelled drops.
The pendant is marked on the back with a slightly rubbed JF maker’s mark together with a Birmingham hallmark for the year 1908.
Measuring 6 cm long from the bale to the bottom of the central drop, with the necklace chain having a length of 47 cm.
N.B. See our item no. 15442 for a similar pendant in a slightly different colourway.