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Charles Horner Pendant*
Classic Charles Horner silver and enamel pendant hallmarked for the year 1910.
Shield shaped outline with openwork inner section framing an oval enamelled in a vivid greeny-blue shade.
The main pendant hangs on two short chains from a circular suspender and also has a pear-shaped drop, both of which are enamelled in the same colour.
Length, inclusing the suspender and drop is approximately 6 cm and the silver chain measures around 49 cm.
Lit: Charles Horner of Halifax by Tom J. Lawson, p. 87 – shown with a pearl drop.