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Blue Enamelled Charles Horner Pendant*
Pretty Art Nouveau silver pendant from Charles Horner, featuring an upright oval with guilloché enamelling in pale blue over a criss-cross design. The upper half of the oval is framed with an elegant openwork design.
A small pear-shaped silver drop is enamelled in the same shade.
Marked Sterling Silver on the reverse and also showing the Charles Horner trade mark.
There a two tiny marks on the enamel which can be seen in our photos but with the naked eye these are not obvious.
Dating from around 1910-12. The silver necklace chain has a length of around 46 cm.