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Ch. Horner Pendant*
A classic Art Nouveau pendant from Charles Horner in a timeless and elegant design.
Approximately oval in outline with two separate offset areas vividly enamelled in a mix of blue and yellow together with just a suggestion of green.
Above is a silver detail of curving and intertwining tendrils.
The pendant hangs on two short lengths of chain from a circular enamelled suspender which in turn connects to the silver bale.
Marked on the back C.H and also with a Chester hallmark for 1908.
The length is 6 cm including the bale, and the necklace chain, which has a barrel type fastener, is 45 cm long.