This is a rare item - a fine vintage enamel and copper pendant which was made by the Scottish artist, John Leman
It dates to the late 1960s or early 1970s - and looks to earlier Celtic designs for inspiration.
This is a typical piece of enamelware by Leman - and it is a copper pendant that has a beautiful knotwork Celtic Revival pattern on the front - with copper tones and background colour of bright sky blue enamel, as photographed.
It is signed on the reverse, as photographed.
In lovely clean vintage condition with no damages and comes a nice thick silver link chain.
Dimensions: height is 5.8 cm and the width is just over 3 cm - the good quality chain is about 24 inches in length and goes over your head quite easily.
John Leman appears to have worked in Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, in the 1970s. He made a variety of decorative items - all decorated with jewel-like enamels.
I also have another pendant by him in my store as well as a little enamel bottle label - I have sold all my other pieces by Leman that I had this year- they were very popular!
These hard-to-find enamel pieces are highly collectable and now quite hard to source - works by Leman are of great interest to collectors of 20th-century Scottish outsider design. These enamel wares are now about 50 years old.
I am charging at check-out £4.95 for postage - but if I can send it cheaper than that to you with UK Royal Mail Tracked - then I will refund any postage overpayments.