Antique Silver and Enamel Charles Horner Necklace Hallmarked 1907

Charles Horner started out as a watch and clockmaker, but by the late 1870's was retailing a wide range of jewelry and other complementary products such as silverware, tableware, clocks and spectacles. In 1905, he opened a factory at Mile Cross in Halifax. The factory produced brooches, pendants and other products in the very popular Art Nouveau style. Charles Horner jewelry is best known for it's wonderful and variegated enamel work. 

This fantastic Art Nouveau necklace is marked with the CH of Horner and the assay mark for Chester, 1907. It has a wonderful leaf motif and the enamel is a rich mixture of cobalt blue touched with green and purple. The drop hangs 2.75 inches and is attached to a 17 inch chain. Weighs 8.6 grams. Fabulous! 

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 Item ID:RGC10642V




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