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Silver and Enamel Pendant attr. to James Fenton*
Art Nouveau silver pendant with a wide, urn shaped outline, enamelled in shades of blue in the typical manner of James Fenton.
The little enamelled drop below is also clearly by the same maker and, although unmarked, we are confident enough to attribute this pendant as originating from the James Fenton workshop.
Circa 1910 and measuring 5.5 cm long, including the bale and the drop.
The width is a fraction below 3.5 cm and the silver necklace chain has a length of 42 cm.