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Charles Horner Flying Scarab Pendant*
Silver and enamel winged scarab pendant necklace from Charles Horner bearing a Chester hallmark for the year 1909.
The body and wings are enamelled in a vivid shade of green, the same colour being used on the circular suspender and the drop.
Showing the CH maker’s mark on the back and measuring just a little over 5.5 cm from the silver bale to the bottom of the drop.
The necklace chain is approximately 42 cm long.