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Charles Horner Art Nouveau Pendant
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant from the workshops of Charles Horner.
With an outline shaped in the form of a pair of water lily pads with little silver leaves extending partially across their surface.
The enamelling is in a mix of blue and green with a blue enamelled drop suspended below.
Marked on the back with the C.H maker’s mark and a Chester hallmark for the year 1909.
Length including the bale and the drop is 5.75 cm with the necklace chain measuring approximately 41 cm.