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Charles Horner Pendant*
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant from Charles Horner with a Chester hallmark for the year 1911.
Almost oval in outline with the upper area showing a semi-openwork design of linked tendrils, and two vividly enamelled offset plaques below.
Hanging from a circular enamelled suspender and with a little pear-shaped enamelled drop.
7 cm long including the bale and the drop, with the chain measuring 45 cm.
Lit: Charles Horner of Halifax, Tom J. Lawson, p. 88 (shown without a drop).
N.B. For the matching brooch see our item no. 12817.