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Art Nouveau Charles Horner Pendant
Elegant Art Nouveau silver and light blue enamel pendant necklace by Charles Horner of Halifax.
The silver edged oval central feature is guilloché enamelled in a sunburst pattern in a shade of light blue, and surrounded by an openwork outer frame styled in typical Art Nouveau fashion. A pear shaped drop enamelled in a similar shade adds the final detail.
Hallmarked Chester 1912 and showing the CH maker’s mark on the reverse.
The pendant measures 4.5 cm in length including the bale and drop, and the silver chain is approximately 40 cm long.
Lit: Charles Horner of Halifax, Tom J. Lawson, p. 94