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Antique gold Stick pin. Citrine, 14kt gold, enamel.  Edwardian Art Nouveau stick pin - lapel pin. Circa 1900. Maker's mark crescent with arrow. Neoclassical design elements. Silky hammered finish.  2.5 inches long. Top 16.3 x 6.3mm. Minor enamel loss at edge of 2 corners.

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Surprisingly exquisite antique Victorian - Edwardian period golden citrine , enamel and 14 karat gold stick pin. Classical period revival design key elements. Circa 1900. The citrine is a vibrant medium golden orange cabochon, set in a frame of 14 karat gold with hammered and silky textures, and trimmed with white enamel. What at first glance might appear as a very nice citrine stickpin becomes at second look a wonderful example of artistic refinement and love of high quality and perfectly balanced details. To quote from Miniature Masterpieces - Art of the Stickpin By Arthur Anderson (see link below), " Stickpins have been described as miniature sculptures set atop shafts of gold. This enamel and gold pin is a wonderful example." The pin measures approximately 2.5 inches long. The top measures 16.3 x 16.3 mm diagonal. Marked 14 karat gold and with a maker's mark of a crescent with arrow. Some wear consistent with age. This stickpin has a very close amethyst relative for sale in another of my listings. SKU 4132i 3777i img 0443 .

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Antique Art Nouveau Citrine, enamel, 14kt gold stick pin - lapel pin.

SKU: 4132i
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