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Necklace by James Fenton
Attractively designed and very well made Arts & Crafts silver and enamel necklace that, although unmarked, is surely by James Fenton.
With double chainwork supporting a series of five square-shaped silver plaques, each turned onto their corners and, adjoining the necklace chain a pair of small circular spacers, all enamelled in strong shades of green and blue.
A rare find dating from 1905-10, still on its original chain.
Opened out, the necklace has a length of approximately 45 cm.