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Charles Horner Pendant
Hallmarked silver and enamel pendant from Charles Horner of Halifax dating from 1909.
An upright oval outer frame overlaid with a silver edged enamelled centre that widens as it descends, ending with four little silver open flowers curving round the base of the oval.
Beneath is supended a typical Horner drop, enamelled in the same vivid blue shade, tinged with just a touch of green.
Length including the bale is just below 5 cm and the silver necklace chain is 45 cm long.