This is an unusual and rare bar pin dating to the early 1900's of the Edwardian era. It consists of two bars attached by two beads. At each end is a dog's head holding rings in their mouths. The center is ribbed circle with a lock from which is a chain attached to the lower bar. The lock does not open for decoration only. The closure is a folded over C clasp and the pin stem is a T hinge. The stem is somewhat wavy by functions fine. It is a gold filled piece and is has very nice detailing. Size is 3/4 inch width at the widest point and 2 1/4 inches in length.
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Interesting Edwardian bar gold filled bar pin with dog heads at each end and a center lock