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Charles Horner Pendant Necklace
A pendant from Charles Horner in a design that is not easy to find, hallmarked at Chester for the year 1904.
In the form of a side-by-side trio of stylised open flowers, each with a little silver dot in the centre, above a design of intertwining silver stems set against an enamelled background.
Two short lengths of chain attach the pendant to an enamelled suspender which connects to the necklace chain, and below is a typical Horner teardrop shaped enamelled drop in matching colours.
The C.H maker’s mark is clearly impressed on the back alongside the hallmark and the pendant measures just a fraction below 6.5 cms. long including all three enamelled elements.
The chain has a length of 47 cms.