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Charles Horner Pendant
Silver and enamel pendant from Charles Horner of Halifax, with a Chester hallmark for the year 1910.
Approximately circular in outline with a fine rope-pattern framed disc enamelled in shades of blue and green with just a touch of violet.
A matching enamelled pear shaped drop is suspended below.
Connected to the necklace chain by two short lengths of chain attached to the bale.
Length from the bale to the drop is 6 cm with the chain measuring just under 60 cm.
Lit: Charles Horner of Halifax by T.J. Lawson, p. 55 – showing a slightly later brooch using the same design.