Initial Engraved pendant on the left is 1.25 inches long, on a 21 inch hand-knotted necklace.
Round Middle Pendant is 1.25 wide and is on a hand-knotted necklace of 24 inches. Both have silver and antique silver accented beads.
Right Side Smaller Pendant is 1.25 inches long and is on a 19 inch necklace of hand-knotted champagne colored freshwater pearls. They layer beautifully together, or wear just one for a lovely statement.
In the mid-1700s, men’s waistcoats had pockets and it was fashionable to carry a pocket watch. A chain or leather was attached to the watch making it easier for the wearer to retrieve the watch from these small pockets. These chains were frequently decorated with a fob, a silver or enamel charm that enhanced the look of the watch and acted as a weight to keep the chain close to the body.
Victorians considered the fob an ideal fashion accessory. In late 19th and early 20th-century England, silver and gold metals were struck to create fob charms. Typically, these finely engraved metals are made of silver and stamped Birmingham with the hallmark of the maker.
These antique sterling silver Edwardian watch fob charms are fully hallmarked indicating they are from Birmingham, UK, and made of sterling silver.