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Pendant from Charles Horner
Silver pendant by Charles Horner of Halifax, enamelled in a mix of blue and purple and hallmarked at Chester for the year 1909.
An upright oval outer frame overlaid with a silver edged enamelled centre that widens as it descends, ending with four little open flowers in silver which curve around the base of the oval.
Suspended at the foot with an instantly recognisable Horner enamelled drop.
Length including the bale is 5 cms., with the necklace chain measuring approximately 45 cms.