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Charles Horner Silver and Enamel Pendant*
An Art Nouveau pendant from Charles Horner that we’ve not come across before but nevertheless with a typical Horner look.
A sweeping openwork design, with overlapping linked tendrils enamelled where they widen in shades of deep blue and pink and with a central enamelled circle.
Completed with a pear-shaped enamelled drop and suspended on two short lengths of chain from a similarly enamelled suspender.
Marked on the reverse with the C.H maker’s mark and with a Chester hallmark for the year 1909.
Length from the suspender to the bottom of the drop is 6.5 cm and the necklace chain measures 46 cm.