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Rare Charles Horner Pendant*
A Charles Horner silv er and enamel pendant dating from 1909 in a design that we’ve not seen before.
In the form of a stylised trio of open flowers, each with a little silver dot in the centre, side by side above an abstract pattern of intertwining silver stems against an enamelled background.
Two short lengths of chain attach the pendant to an enamelled suspender which connects to the necklace chain, and below is s typical Horner teardrop-shaped enamelled drop.
Showing a Chester hallmark on the reverse together with the usual CH maker’s mark.
The merest fraction below 5.5 cm long, including all three eamelled elements, with the 925 silver chain having a length of approximately 46 cm.