A unique and very old dual chained crown pins. These pins were made sometime between the late 1890s to early 1900s in the late Victorian or early Edwardian periods and are most likely of European origin as we will explain. The crowns are composed of a gold tone brass metal and are chained together by brass metal chains. The large crown is stunning having a bird atop the crown and a number of arched Fleur de lis style symbols set around a number of blue rhinestone accents. The back has a long pin and early locking "C" clasp that was used in Europe around 1896. The pin also extends past the clasp which is a sign of old age being popular during the Victorian period. The small crown is identical to the large on just at a reduced size. The back has a pin but no clasp as well. The dual chained pins measure 11 1/2" long and the large crown measures 2" long by 1 5/8" wide with the smaller one being 1 1/2" long by 1 1/8" in width. These pins are in excellent overall condition with no missing rhinestones or wear whatsoever.