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Charles Horner Art Nouveau Pendant
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant necklace in a design we’ve only come across once before.
Semi- openwork with a double frame incorporating an enamelled inner border in graduating shades of blue with greeny-yellow highlights.
The heart-shaped inner section comprises three stylised leaves surrounding a centrally set oval mother-of-pearl.
Two short lengths of chain connect the pendant to the necklace chain via a circular enamelled suspender and the pendant is completed with a typical Horner enamelled drop.
Showing the CH maker’s mark on the back together with a Chester hallmark with what looks to be a slightly indistinct letter K for the year 1910.
Measuring a little over 6 cm from the top of the suspnder to the bottom of the drop, with the length of the necklace chain approximately 46 cm.