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Charles Horner Art Nouveau Necklace
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant necklace by Charles Horner with sinuous, sweeping lines and a detail of two little open flowers.
With the suggestion of a heart shape to the main enamelled area which is divided by the silver work into three sections.
The main pendant hangs on two short lengths of chain from a suspender and is completed with a typical Horner drop at the foot, both enamelled in matching shades.
An elegant design that is not often seen, and marked with the C.H maker’s mark on the reverse, together with a Chester hallmark for the year 1910.
A touch over 7 cm long, including the suspender and drop, with the remainder of the necklace chain measuring a further 39 cm.