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Charles Horner Heart Pendant with Shamrock Leaf
A rarely seen silver pendant from Charles Horner in the form of an openwork heart framing a lucky shamrock (or perhaps clover) leaf.
The heart-shaped frame is guilloche enamelled in a shade of sky blue with touches of green, and detailed with little silver dots.
Curving down from the top of the heart is the silver stem of the leaf with its three lobes enamelled in green, and in the very centre a little silver ball.
The pendant hangs from a circular suspender and is completed with a typical Horner enamelled drop below.
Hallmarked at Chester for the year 1905 and 6.5 cm long including the suspender and the drop.
The necklace chain measures 47 cm.