The Archive - Antique & Estate Stickpins

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Jade Stickpin

A bright, translucent apple-green jade oval of substantial thickness is simply and elegantly displayed atop a gold stickpin. The jade measures 1/2 inch by just over 3/8 inch-wide and is accompanied by a gemological certificate from the Stone Group Lab stating natural jadeite, no polymers or dyes, Bu...(more)

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Antique Coral Stickpin

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.

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Antique Devil Diamond Stick Pin

Celebrate the dastardly culprit behind all of mankind's woes with this seriously evil stickpin, 'realistically' rendered (the spitting image!) in 18K yellow gold (the pin too) with a small old mine sparkler in his mouth. Circa 1900. 3 1/8 inch long.

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Antique Moonstone Stickpin

A lustrous oval moonstone glistens and glows from within a hand engraved 14K yellow gold frame in this charming Victorian-era stickpin. The top measures 9/16 by 7/16 inch; 2 3/4 inches long.

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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.

This item has been sold - View Item    #150-1-2830

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.

This item has been sold - View Item    #150-1-2843

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.

This item has been sold - View Item    #150-1-2846

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.

This item has been sold - View Item    #150-1-2844

Victorian Coral Flower Motif Stickpin

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

This item has been sold - View Item    #150-1-114