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Charles Horner Pendant Necklace
Silver and enamel Art Nouveau pendant necklace by Charles Horner of Halifax, hallmarked for the year 1909.
Openwork silver with a sweeping whiplash design and an offset blue and green enamelled centre, the colours matching those in the circular suspender above and the little triangular drop below.
Impressed CH maker's mark above the Chester hallmark on the back.
Measuring a little under 5 cm from the suspender to the bottom of the drop, with the necklace chain approximatly 4 cm long.
N.B. This design is illustrated in the form of a brooch on pages 64 and 73 of the Charles Horner book by Tom J. Lawson.