A sizable 16 millimeter by 14.5 mm. deep orange coral double-cabochon egg is tightly grasped by a realistically rendered dragon or eagle's claw in this sensational mid-nineteenth century stickpin in its original leather and velvet fitted box. 4 1/4 inches long.
A cool and distinctive Art Deco stickpin featuring a fancy-cut triangular moonstone pierced dead center with a twinkling European-cut diamond. The moonstone is ringed in platinum and is orbited by a trio of bright-blue Montana sapphires set within the platinum ring. The top measures 1/2 inch across,...(more)
A fierce, winged mythological beast, highly detailed in rich 18 karat yellow gold, guards a shimmering natural seed pearl atop a 2 3/4 inch stickpin. French hallmark on pin.
A lovely and good size early 20th Century diamond horseshoe stickpin, crafted in two-tone gold and glistening with just under half a carat of old European-cut diamonds. The lucky horseshoe measures 3/4 inch high by 11/16 inch across.
A splendid miniature black and white sardonyx cameo depicting a classic beauty in profile is charmingly framed in 14 karat yellow gold leaves and punctuated with tiny seed pearls. A little gold ball dangles from a bow at the bottom.
18K Yellow gold diamond long horn stick pin set with three high quality baguette cut diamonds. Terrell & Zimmelman.
Victorian 14K yellow gold boxer head motif with swiss cut diamond (.02 carat total weight) eyes.
Victorian 10K yellow gold horseshoe motif stick pin set with eight old mine cut diamonds (.65 carat total weight, H-J color, SI-I1 clarity) and a central old mine cut sapphire (.15 carat).
Platinum over 18K yellow gold horseshoe motif stick pin featuring calibre cut emeralds alternating with rose cut diamonds, circa 1900.
Victorian silver over 14K rose gold floral motif stick pin set with seventeen old mine cut diamonds (.30 carat total weight, H-J color, SI-I1 clarity) and a natural pearl on a 14K yellow gold pin stem.
An exotic rosy-cheeked enchantress donning a floral headdress twinkling with a diamond and crowned with a pearl is artfully rendered in gold and enamel in this very lovely stickpin, signed by the nineteenth-century Newark jeweler Alling and Company - circa 1900.