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Charles Horner Winged Scarab Pendant*
Silver pendant necklace by Charles Horner depicting a flying scarab, its body and wings enamelled in shades of light blue, dark blue and green.
Hanging on two short lengths of chain from an enamelled triangular suspender in matching colours.
Marked on the back with the CH maker’s mark and a Chester hallmark for the year 1909.
Length from the suspender to the bottom of the scarab’s body is 5.5 cm with the necklace chain measuring 46 cm.
N.B. These Horner scarab pendants were originally made both with and without an attached drop – see also our item no. 14607.