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Pendant from Charles Horner
Silver pendant by Charles Horner with an upright oval enamelled centre and three little enamelled drops.
Somewhat of a Celtic look, decorated with three rivet like dots at the outer edge on each side, a pierced opening at the top and a couple more at the bottom.
The pendant is suspended on two short chains from a silver ring and measures 5.5 cm from this to the lowest hanging drop.
The matching necklace chain is 42 cm long.
Hallmarked at Chester for the year 1912 and with the CH maker's mark.
Lit: Charles Horner of Halifax, p. 88 (shown with an enamelled suspender).