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James Fenton Tudor Rose Pendant*
Silver and enamel pendant by James Fenton in the form of a traditional Tudor rose, the heraldic emblem of England.
The symmetrical outline highlights five petals, their silver outside edges depicted curling inwards over light and darker blue enamelling with the same pattern repeated in the centre.
A very recognisable and timeless design, sometimes also known as the Union rose.
Marked on the back with the J.F maker’s mark and with a Birmingham hallmark for 1918, the year the First World War ended.
The diameter is 3 cm and the silver chain is 41 cm in length.