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Charles Horner Pendant*
Hard to find Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant made by Charles Horner, hallmarked at Chester for the year 1909.
Approximately oval in outline and featuring a pair of silver leaves, their stems arching together in openwork style across the pendant.
Further highlighted with blue-green enamel above and below the leaves and finished with a pear-shaped enamel drop.
A single fixed ring at the top attaches to the silver bale and the total length including this is a little under 5 cm.
The necklace chain is 46 cm long.
Lit. Charles Horner of Halifax, p. 94 (illustrated with a suspender) also p. 60 (illustrated as a brooch).