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"JAMES FENTON" Great Hampton Street, Birmingham
Solid teardrop shaft.
Total length - 83cm
Shaft diameter - 2.5cm
Handle diameter - 3.5cm
A rare ‘Scottish Market’ Victorian silver and agate novelty bookmark modelled as a basket-hilted sword.
A rare large Edwardian circular silver Vesta Case with hinged flip-top lid, the face die-struck with a scene depicting a cricket match. A striker to the base and attached suspension ...
Excellent late 19th century English sterling silver telescopic propelling pencil by James Fenton & Co, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1895.
Nice tension on the telescopic part and hallmarks and decoration to ...
Circular sterling silver vesta case with very nicely detailed image of a Vintage car and passengers to front, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1907 with the makers mark being that of ...
Sterling silver with agate topped glass inkwell, the agate modelled as a Scottish Thistle.
Hallmarked from Birmingham in 1921 with the makers mark being that of James Fenton.
Lid sits slightly up ...
Novelty sterling silver bookmark in the form of a basket hilt sword with red agate within the basket hilt.
In excellent order, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1929 with the makers mark ...
Silver Agate vesta case hallmarked from Birmingham in 1896 with the makers mark being that of James Fenton.
Slight wear to 2 of the agate panels mostly to the bottom left ...
Large double sided English antique sterling silver pocket watch fob medal by James Fenton, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1903.
Each side with a raised central shield shaped cartouche.
In good order and ...
Sterling silver pocket watch fob medal by James Fenton.
Awarded as a prize from the Kingston Phoenix Road Club (cycling) in 1946.
No damage and measures 32mm from top to bottom.
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Sterling silver souvenir spoon with coat of arms of Ayr. Hallmarked from Birmingham in 1924 with the makers mark being that of James Fenton.
DATE : 1924
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Pair of silver bladed butter knives/curlers with bright cut decoration to blades., both hallmarked from Birmingham in 1857 with the mark of (J.F) for James Fenton overstriking another mark.
One blade ...
Excellent condition English sterling silver kilt pin by James Fenton & Co, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1921.
DATE : 1921
MAKER or SPONSOR MARK : James Fenton & Co
ASSAY OFFICE : Birmingham
This is a good, heavy pair of solid sterling silver tankards, each holding half a pint.
Both are clearly hallmarked on the side with the Assay Office mark of Birmingham 1937 ...
This impressive antique Victorian sterling silver vinaigrette has an oval incurved shaped form.
The cover and base of this Victorian vinaigrette are embellished with a simplified bright cut engraved scrolling leaf ...