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James Fenton Tulips*
Shield-shaped Art Nouveau silver pendant from James Fenton with a band of three tulips gently arching across a background of blue and green enamel work.
A delightful piece with that typical Fenton bobble effect highlighting the iridescence of the enamelling.
With a little enamelled drop and on a fine old Arts & Crafts chain.
Hallmarked Birmingham 1909 on the reverse and also showing the JF maker’s mark.
Approximately 4 cm long, including the drop with the chain measuring a little over 41 cm.