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Rare Charles Horner Pendant
Arts Nouveau silver and enamel pendant from Charles Horner in a rarely seen design, one that we’ve seen before as a brooch but never as a pendant.
A landscape orientated shaped outline with three panels divided by sweeping silver lines, each vividly enamelled in a blue-green mix.
Hanging on two short lengths of chain from a central suspender and with an enamelled pear-shaped drop in similar shades below.
With matching chainwork throughout and marked verso with the CH maker’s mark together with a Chester hallmark for the year 1909.
The pendant, including its suspender and drop, measures 7 cm in length and the necklace chain is a further 39 cm long.