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Fabulous Art Nouveau Silver Enamel Brooch By Charles Horner 1908 For Sale
an extremely fine silver & enamel brooch by charles horner,withperfect enamels instorm cloud blues andgreenswhichare typical of the art nouveau period,it isofthe finest quality and would have been sold through various high end retailers the like of liberty & co,connells of cheapside etc,there were several designers using this medium of design and decoration during this era,amongst those the most notable were,jessie m king,archibald knox,murrle bennett(all of whom produced designs for the cymric range of silverware for liberty's)and james fenton.thisranks along side those in both design and quality of 1 to the back with the full assay office marks for chesterwith the date letterh for 1908 andch forcharles hornerthe marks are clear.it will be sent in a new velvet lined gift box which is included in the sale.please feel free to ask any questions and i will reply within 24hours,this is a genuinepiece and should not be mistaken for the unmarked copies and reproduction items offered on .postage is by special delivery in the u.k and airsure or signed for to international destinations.
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Fabulous Art Nouveau Silver Enamel Brooch By Charles Horner 1908: $106