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Here is a delightful and vibrant antique sterling silver enamel pendant by Charles Horner in 1912 and looks as beautiful today as when it was made well over 100 years ago. Although Charles Horner died in 1896, the company with the name continued until 1984. Famous for his Dorcas thimbles which were a combination of steel and silver, he also became well known for his Art Nouveau enamel pendants and jewellery such as this one here. Measuring 21.8mm across by 39.6mm or 43mm to the top of the bail for the chain, the pendant incorporates two sections both with such a lovely soft blue that looks striking when sitting on the neckline and emphasises the elegant style of the Art Nouveau period. A pendant such as this will so easily suit a woman of any age and be perfect for any occasion as well as making a wonderful start into collecting antique jewellery. Stock# ES8362 Maker: Charles Horner Hallmarked: Chester 1912 $Sold.
Charles Horner was an English jeweller who was famous for his Dorcas thimbles which were a combination of steel and silver and his Art Nouveau enamel pendants, and here is an original Art Nouveau enamel pendant by Charles Horner that has a gorgeous flowing design and vibrant enamel. Made in 1909, the pendant measures 7.5cm in length from the top bail to the bottom of the pearl by 2cm wide at its widest section in the centre. The floral design combined with the green-blue enamel really matches so well and no matter what age the woman who wears this, it will always look so elegant and look so good on the neckline. A very beautiful example of an original Charles Horner enamel pendant to love and cherish. Stock# ES6764 Maker: Charles Horner Hallmarked: Chester 1909 $Sold