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Pendant Necklace from Charles Horner*
Art Nouveau silver and enamel pendant necklace from Charles Horner with a Chester hallmark for the year 1909.
Approximately oval in outline, the upper part showing an openwork detail of intertwining tendrils with two vividly enamelled offset plaques below.
Hanging on two short lengths of chain from a triangular suspender and with a little pear-shaped drop below, both enamelled in matching shades.
Length, including the suspender and drop, is approximately 7 cm and the necklace chain measures 48 cm.
Impressed with the C.H maker’s mark on the back
Lit: Charles Horner of Halifax, Tom J. Lawson, p.92 (shown with a replacement pearl drop).