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Charles Horner Necklace
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant necklace by Charles Horner in a design that we don’t see very often.
A landscape shaped outline, with a shallow top curve and a deeper lower one, detailed with a blue and pink enamelled oval which sits above a little open flower.
The background shows a lightly hammered finish with additional decorative detail to the silverwork.
The suspender and drop are both enamelled in matching shades.
Hallmarked at Chester for the year 1911 and also showing the C.H maker’s mark.
Just a touch below 6 cm in length including the suspender and the drop with the necklace chain measuring approximately 47 cm.