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Horner Silver and Peacock Glass Pendant*
An unusual Art Nouveau silver pendant from Charles Horner inasmuch as it features a claw-set peacock glass centre instead of the more usual enamel.
Open in style with a pair of stylised open flowers at each side, rising on long stems from below centre.
The pendant hangs on two short lengths of chain from an enamelled suspender and is finished with a typical Horner pear-shaped enamelled drop below, each matching the colours of the glass.
Marked on the reverse with the C.H maker’s mark and a Chester hallmark for the year 1909.
A fraction over 6 cm in length including the suspender and drop. The necklace chain measures 47 cm.
N.B. See our item no. 14365 for a similar design with enamelled centre.