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Rare Charles Horner Pendant*
Silver and enamel pendant necklace by Charles Horner in a design that we’ve not come across before.
Semi-openwork with a diamond shaped outline and vivid enamelling in shades of electric blue and green surrounded by a darker blue accent line.
The main pendant hangs from a pair of blue enamelled spacers which connect to the remainder of the necklace chain, and a typical Horner enamelled drop is suspended below.
Hallmarked at Chester for the year 1917 and also impressed with the C.H maker’s mark.
Length including the spacers and the drop is approximately 7 cm and opened out the total length is 45 cm.