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Silver and Enamel Floral Pendant*
Enamelled silver pendant hallmarked Birmingham 1910 and showing the makers mark of Smith & Ewen of Frederick Street in the same city.
A gently convex square shape, suspended from one corner, with a stylised central flower surrounded by four leaves, further enamelled decoration at the corners and a little enamelled drop.
There has been a small repair to one part of the enamel at some stage but this can only be seen properly with a strong eyeglass.
The pendant, including the drop, is around 4.5 cm long and the necklace chain measures 46 cm.