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Pendant from James Fenton*
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant by James Fenton.
The shaped outline frames an oval centre divided into five sections, the largest three of which are enamelled in that typical ‘bobbly’ Fenton style in a shade of mid blue. Above this two little triangular details are picked out in dark blue enamel.
Three immediately recognisable Fenton enamelled drops hang below with the main element linking above to an enamelled suspender.
Hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1908 and showing a slightly indistict but still discernible JF maker’s mark.
The pendant is 5.5 cm in length overall with the necklace chain measuring 45 cm.