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Charles Horner Necklace
A rarely seen and hard to find silver and enamel necklace by Charles Horner dating from 1909.
With five matching Art Nouveau inspired plaques placed at intervals along the necklace chain, all enamelled in strong shades of blue and purple.
These plaques are smaller versions of the more frequently seen design used singly as both a brooch and a pendant.
Each one has a Chester hallmark and also shows the CH maker’s mark.
The necklace is in very good condition and has a length of 44 cm.