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Charles Horner Bat Pendant
A fine example of one of the most sought after Charles Horner designs, this is the iconic Art Nouveau silver and enamel bat pendant.
The stylised flying mammal is colourfully enamelled in blues and greens, its body and head showing a ‘bobbled’ finish, and is depicted with its feet coming together as they trail behind.
Hanging on two short lengths of chain from a triangular suspender enamelled in simila shades, which in turn connects to the matching necklace chain.
There is no drop which is perfectly correct for this particular design.
Showing the impressed C.H maker’s mark on the reverse together with a Chester hallmark, the year of which is a little difficult to read but looks to be 1909.
Measuring 6.5 cm long including the suspender, with the remainder of the necklace chain having a length of 38.