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Charles Horner Bracelet
Extremely rare silver and enamel bracelet from Charles Horner, hallmarked at Chester for the year 1909.
We have seen this classic Horner design many times in the form of a brooch, a pendant and even a necklace but this is the first example we've come across where it's been incorporated into a bracelet.
Comprising nine matching blue and greeny gold enamelled plaques, plus a tenth atop the clasp, all connected by pairs of short lengths of chain.
The bracelet opens and closes positively and the enamel is in excellent condition throughout.
Approximately 17.5 cm in length.