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Dates to the early Edwardian era, circa 1901.
Crafted in solid 14K yellow gold. Not hallmarked, but carefully acid tested on both top and bottom.
This fabulous pin is totally unique. It appears to be a Fleur de Lis handkerchief, run through with a pin. I have to admit, I haven't a clue what it means, but it sure looks sharp! The kerchief is enameled in black and white, while the pin is topped with a tiny genuine seed pearl.
The stickpin measures 2.22" from end to end, with a top portion that measures 0.51" by 0.39". This piece weighs 1.1 grams.
Condition is good, with no repairs. Some scratches and wear to the enamel noted.
Gender: Unisex, Age Group: Adult, Color: Gold, Size: N/A
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Antique Edwardian 14K Gold Enamel Fleur De Lis Stick Pin
$125 USD SOLD
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