Sweet little silver Scottish pin with an amethyst thistle from the early 1900s. Two inches long with leaves and a glass amethyst thistle (the national flower of Scotland). It's been in the wars a wee bit as we say in Scotland. The leaves have a tiny mark of rust and the silver base of the thistle has been repaired and purple pieces reset (priced accordingly), please study pictures. However it is silver and the mark "C.H" which may be Charles Horner, renowned silversmith. The point of the pin must be pushed into place to secure it. A nice wee gift for a loved one.
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