Lovely enamel and sterling silver heart pendant from the famous Charles Horner workshop. The Arts & Crafts-era design has a raised rivet pattern upon the silver which surrounds an inner heart enameled in lustrous blue and aqua tones. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1909. 1" L.
Beautifully enameled and sterling silver dragonfly pendant. Enamel body and wings in rich blue tipped in navy. Eyes as well as center enameled in green. Made in the John Atkins & Sons workshop, known for fine enamels in the early 1900's. Hallmarks: John Atkins, Birmingham 1918. 1 7/8" W., 1 5/8" L.
Stunning design! Made by the well-known Birmingham designer James Fenton. Art Nouveau pendant in a rounded, droplet form with an additional pendant florette drop. Lushly enameled in turquoise as well as dappled royal blue and green. Fenton, along with noted designers Archibald Knox and Charles Horner, created the genre of fine design that was often retailed by Liberty & Co. Hallmarks: James Fenton, Birmingham 1909. 1 5/8" L.
Sterling silver and enamel brooch from the prominent Charles Horner workshop. The knotted design enameled in lustrous aqua, blue and green. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1908. 1" W. A similar example illustrated in "Charles Horner of Halifax," by Lawson.