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An Arts and Crafts silver and enamel necklace, circa 1910

£525.00

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.

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