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Rare Charles Horner Pendant
An Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant from Charles Horner in a design that we’ve not encountered before.
Comprising a sweeping entrelac design that winds and loops it way both under and over itself, its heart-shaped central area detailed with a little burnt orange enamelled oval.
The pendant hangs on two short lengths of chain from a circular enamelled suspender in a matching shade, and below are two similarly coloured teardrop shaped drops.
Marked on the back with the C.H maker’s mark and also showing a Chester hallmark for the year 1908.
Just under 30cm in width and 5 cms. long including the suspender and the drops.
The necklace chain measure 47 cms.