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Pendant by Charles Horner
Classic Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant by Charles Horner in a colourway we’ve not come across before.
Enamelled in a mix of green and gold, the colours showing an iridescence similar to that achieved by backing with silver and gold foil.
Set with a central blister pearl and with a matching enamelled drop below.
Showing a Chester hallmark on the reverse for the year 1909 together with the CH maker’s mark.
The pendant and drop together measure just a fraction below 5 cm and the silver necklace chain is approximately 50 cm long.