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Charles Horner Pendant with Blue Flower
Art Nouveau silver pendant necklace from Charles Horner in a design that we’ve not seen before.
Openwork in style with, to one side, a single blue and white enamelled flower on a long curving stem which descends from the top. On the other side is a turquoise paste cabochon representing an unopened flower bud.
The pendant hangs on two short lengths of chain from a blue enamelled suspender and is completed with a typical Horner drop below, enamelled in the same shade.
Showing on the back a crisp Chester hallmark for the year 1904 together with the C.H maker’s mark.
The length from the top of the suspender to the bottom of the drop is 7 cm with the remainder of the necklace chain measuring 47 cm.