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Charles Horner Heart Pendant
Silver and enamel pendant necklace by Charles Horner in a design that we rarely come across.
Openwork in style with two enamelled heart shapes, inverted one above the other below, separated by an upright open feature decorated with a little blue enamelled oval.
The main pendant also features three teardrop shaped enamelled drops and hangs on two short lengths of chain from a typical Horner suspender in matching shades.
Impressed with the C.H mark together with a Chester hallmark for the year 1915.
A touch over 7 cm in length including the suspender and central drop, with the remainder of the necklace chain measuring approximately 46 cm.