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Charles Horner Pendant Necklace*
Art Nouveau silver pendant by Charles Horner hallmarked at Chester for the year 1911.
With a wide, somewhat heart-shaped outline and divided by the whiplash style silverwork into three areas, each enamelled in mixed shades of blue and green.
Measuring 4.5 cm long from the enamelled circular suspender, from which it hanks on two short lengths of chain, to the bottom of the blue enamelled drop below.
The pendant is marked with the usual C.H on the back and the necklace chain measures approximately 47 cm.
N.B. A brooch with a similar outline and set with a paste amethyst stone is illustrated on p. 54 of the book Charles Horner of Halifax by Tom J. Lawson.