‘One can never be overdressed or overeducated’ – Oscar Wilde.
A phrase any jewelry-obsessed woman knows all too well, and with a pendant like this the compliments don’t hurt either. She played with the silver necklace wrapped around her neck while waiting for her friends to arrive. She looked good, she knew it, too, which made her feel good, making her look even better. Overdressing, it’s a win-win – especially when a pendant like this is involved.
This antique Arts and Crafts enamel and silver pendant was handcrafted in 1909 by famed silversmith James Fenton. Dark blue enamel makes up the center of this drop pendant with lighter blue decorating the edges and dark blue making up the drop. The chain measures 20 inches in length while the pendant measures 48 x 25.8 mm. Overall, this piece weighs 14.3 grams. It has been fully hallmarked with the anchor for Birmingham, the lion passant for English sterling silver, the date letter, “k” for 1909, and the mark for James Fenton, “J.F”. To wear or not to wear is never the question with a piece by James Fenton. To wear today or to wear tonight, is more like it.
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