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Pendant by James Fenton
A James Fenton silver and enamel pendant that we’ve not come across before.
The circular outline frames a tall triangle enamelled in that typically Fenton ‘bobbled’ manner, in a shade of golden yellow graduating to a light blue-green.
Three little blue enamelled dots placed on the outer circle add further detail and the pendant is completed with a blue enamelled drop that is again, typically Fenton in style.
Showing the J.F maker’s mark and a Birmingham hallmark for the year 1908, and measuring approximately 4.5 cm long, including the bale and the drop.
The silver necklace chain has a length of 63 cm.