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Art Nouveau Pendant Necklace by Charles Horner
Hallmarked silver pendant necklace by Charles Horner with a shield-shaped outline and a detail of leaves, berries and curling stems.
Highlighted with a mix of blue and greenish yellow enamel, these shades being repeated on the suspender above and the drop below.
Impressed on the back with the C.H maker’s mark and a Chester hallmark for the year 1911.
The length including the suspender and drop is a touch under 7 cm, with the necklace chain measuring 45 cm.