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James Fenton Twin Hearts Pendant*
Hallmarked silver pendant by James Fenton in the form of two overlapping hearts with a ribbon above tied into a bow.
The left hand heart is enamelled in deep blue graduating to green, the other in shades of blue and pinky-mauve, both in that typical Fenton bobbled style.
Suspended below each heart is a little instantly recognizable Fenton enamelled drop.
Showing a partially rubbed JF maker’s mark on the back along with a Birmingham hallmark for the year 1909.
The width is 3 cm and the silver chain is 50 cm long.