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Horner Pendant Enamelled both Sides
Unusual pendant from Charles Horner which is made in two halves joined together and enamelled on both sides.
Oval in outline, with the enclosed central oval vividly enamelled in a mix of blue and green.
The silver detail develops at the base of the pendant into the form of a pair of stylised loving swans.
Marked C.H on both sides and measuring a little under 4 cm long including the oval ring that connects to the necklace chain.
The silver chain has a length of 46 cm.