An Arts and Crafts silver and enamel necklace, circa 1910
This stunning silver and enamel pendant was made by James Fenton, one of the leading enamel jewellers in the Arts and Crafts period (c. 1890-1910).
The front of the pendant is enamelled in graduated green and turquoise with a small enamelled drop.
The reverse is fully hallmarked for Birmingham, 1910 with James Fenton’s makers mark.
Measurements: c. 6cm long
It comes complete with the original silver trace link chain with silver barrel clasp, c. 16in. (40cm) long.