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Rare James Fenton Pendant*
Wonderful and rarely seen Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant from James Fenton, with a Birmingham hallmark for 1909.
An upright design with a gently rounded silver top section that, from the front, appears to be connected to the lower part by just a series of fine silver strips and a decoration of blue-green enamel.
With further design detail to the silver element and finishing with three little enamelled droppers.
The pendant is a touch over 5.5 cm in length with the silver chain approximately 45 cm.