Excellent pair of Citorian sulphide curtain tiebacks or picture nails.
These are 1" diameter, a small size that is often described as a "picture nail," used as a decorative device from which to hand a picture frame. They could also be used as curtain tiebacks, which is how the same item in a larger diameter would usually be described.
This pair is in excellent condition, with a sulphide featuring a red star and silver/white dots set into a nice brass housing. The brass has a nicely notched edging. The screws in the back are in fine condition. These are quite useable.
Each piece is 1" diameter, 2 1/4" long.
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