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Pendant from Charles Horner
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant by Charles Horner of Halifax.
Circular in outline with an approximately centrally positioned enamelled area in shades of pink, blue and almost purple.
The silver outline around the enamel tapers as it descends towards the bottom, extending over and across the rim before sweeping back upwards behind it.
Suspended on a pair of short lengths of chain from an enamelled suspender and with a typical Horner enamelled drop.
Hallmarked at Chester for the year1909 and also showing the C.H maker's mark.
The pendant has a diameter of 2.75 cm and is 8 cm long from the top of the suspender to the bottom of the drop, with the necklace chain measuring 51 cm.