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Charles Horner Fan Shaped Pendant*
Silver and enamel pendant from Charles Horner in a vivid shade of blue with additional touches of green and blackcurrant.
An inverted fan shape with a little mother-of-pearl disc set at the top and a typical pear-shaped enamelled drop below in matching enamel.
Attached to the necklace chain via a silver bale making for a simple, elegant and timeless design.
Marked on the back with a Chester hallmark with a slightly indistinct date letter which looks to be K for the year 1910, and also showing the C.H maker’s mark.
The length, including the bale and drop, is 5 cm and the chain is approximately 45 cm long.