The Archive - Antique & Estate Stickpins

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‘1891’ Diamond Stickpin

Rarely do we stumble upon such a quaint and charming snapshot of history. Among other important cultural milestones, 1891 marked the premier of Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler; Carnegie Hall opened in NY with none other than Maestro Peter Tchaikovsky at the podium as guest conductor, and Hormel intro...(more)

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18k White Gold and Diamond Stickpin

A openwork escutcheon, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold in quintessential Art Deco fashion, centers on a sparkling old mine-cut diamond, displaying a tinge of color and set in an octagonal frame in this striking and sophisticated stickpin dating back to the 1920s. The top meas...(more)

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Antique Gold and Turquoise Stickpin

A very cool stickpin from the turn-of-the-twentieth century. A spiderweb turquoise is presented in a golden, neoclassically ornamented shield, with both Art Nouveau and art Deco style suggestions, by The Brassler Company, estab. 1909 in Newark, New Jersey.

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Art Nouveau Freshwater Pearl Stick Pin

A shimmering natural baroque freshwater pearl is nestled between a pair of golden leaves in this very lovely and enchanting nature-inspired jewel - circa 1900. The top measures 7/8 inch by 1/2 inch, the pin extends 2 inches beyond the bottom of the pearl.

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Diamond Stick Pin

A very cool early twentieth-century stick pin sparkling with a single European-cut diamond inside a stylized tear drop motif. American maker's mark on the reverse. 2 13/16 inches.

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Gattle Conch Pearl and Diamond Stick Pin

By E.M. Gattle & Co., the famed Fifth Ave. and Thirty-eighth Street jewelry house of yesteryear, comes this rare and wonderful stick pin featuring a pretty pink conch pearl embraced al around by tiny twinkling diamonds set in platinum. The pin stem is 18K yellow gold.

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Gold Art Nouveau Stickpin

An Art Nouveau beauty with a flowing headdress peers out from this early-nineteenth century stick pin, that according to the maker's mark was produced by Thistle, Leys, Christie & Company, NY, New York.

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Victorian Coral Flower Motif Stickpin

Victorian 14K yellow gold flower motif pin with a round coral cabochon center.

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Victorian Blue Enamel and Diamond Stickpin

A 14 karat yellow gold stickpin is topped with a horizontal rectangle with mat dark blue enamel and an old mine cut diamond center set into a star motif. Stamped Mermod & Jaccard Jewelry Co.

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French Art Nouveau Stickpin

An exotically beautiful Gypsy girl comes to life in 18 karat yellow gold in this exquisite Art Nouveau stickpin from France, circa 1900.

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Antique 1.00 Carat Demantoid Garnet and Diamond Stickpin

A rare and gemmy one carat demantoid garnet is embraced in a feathery, double-sided setting, and above a glittering European-cut diamond, in this truly exquisite stick pin, circa 1900. The pin stem is signed C & Co. (possibly Charlton). 3 inches long and sublime.

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Victorian Dog Head Stickpin

Nineteenth century 18K yellow gold hound's head motif stick pin with a ruby eye and a square-cut ruby set collar.

This item has been sold - View Item    #150-1-108