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Horner Pendant Necklace*
Pretty Art Nouveau enamelled silver pendant necklace from Charles Horner with a central blister pearl and a baroque pearl drop.
Enamelled predominently in shades of green and blue together with a suggestion of golden yellow.
The main body of the pendant hangs from an enamelled suspender to which is attached the silver chain with its barrel clasp.
Length from the top of the suspender to the bottom of the pearl drop is approximately 5.5 cm and the chain is around 41 cm long.
Hallmarked Chester 1909 and also with the CH maker’s mark.
Similar pendants to this are illustrated on pages 88 and 89 of the Charles Horner book by Tom Lawson.