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Antique stickpins are miniature works of sculpture set atop gleaming shafts of gold.  They enchant us with their imaginative artistry,  fine craftsmanship and evocative ties to the elegance of the past.

Here are a few beautifully crafted stickpins from the Victorian, Art Nouveau, Edwardian and Art Deco eras.


French chimera stickpin. (J9214)

Wordley, Allsopp & Bliss guilloche enamel and pearl stickpin. (J9108)


Edwardian Elegance  A white enamel border with gold fleur-de-lys accents surrounds a beautiful blue guilloche enamel with a rosy pearl is set in the center.  An elegant stickpin of the Edwardian era.  Crafted in 14kt gold circa 1910.    Cost:  $545

Art Nouveau sapphire stickpin. (J9309)


Sapphire Scrolls  Intertwining golden scrolls centered with a rich blue sapphire.  The flowing, interlacing design reflects the Art Nouveau style, as well as the Celtic Revival, of the early 1900s.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1910.    Cost:  $625

Art Nouveau amethyst stickpin (J9430).


Nouveau Fantasy An elegant stickpin in the Art Nouveau taste of the early 1900s.  The center amethyst is cut en cabochon and framed by beautifully detailed goldwork.  Created by Day, Clark & Co. in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  $525

Link & Angell regal dragon stickpin (J9235)


Regal Dragon 
A regal dragon watches fiercely from atop its perch on a golden stickpin.  The fiery beast is beautifully sculpted with finely detailed wings, rippling scales and a dramatically curving body.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  $425

Hans Brassler jade and pearl stickpin. (J9414)


Jade and Pearl 
A verdant jade cabochon plays beautifully with the bright white luminance of a small pearl.  The jade is set in a wreath of golden laurel leaves framed by dramatic volutes that rise like the wings of a fantastic bird.  Created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.     Cost:  $565

Brassler amethyst moth stickpin. (J9365)


Amethyst Moth  An exotic moth or other winged night creature accented with a vibrant purple amethyst and a small, sparkling diamond.  This elegant stickpin was created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.
Cost:  $525

Whiteside and Blank roses and acanthus stickpin. (J9426)


Roses and Acanthus   Fragrant roses blossom while an acanthus leaf curls dramatically over the top to support a striking green gemstone.  A finely detailed stickpin alive with symbols of love, health, purity and youth.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.   Cost:  $465

Hans Brassler peridot stickpin. (J9194)


Peridot Octagon  A wreath of festively interlaced scrolls frames a vibrant green peridot.  The peridot rests in a bezel finished with a milgrained (bead-like) edge.  An elegant stickpin created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $435

Antique lapis lazuli stickpin. (J9415)


Lapis Lazuli 
Twisting golden scrolls surround a mysterious, dark lapis lazuli like the unfolding petals and tendrils of an exotic flower.  A dramatic example of the curvaceous, organic forms of the Art Nouveau style.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1900.   Cost:  $385

Winged lion and pearl stickpin. (J9291)


Winged Lion  A fantastic creature with the head of a lion, wings of an eagle and sinuous body of a serpent.  A striking example of the Victorian fascination with mythological creatures.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1890.
Cost:  $375

Hans Brassler tourmaline stickpin. (J9395)


Brassler Tourmaline  A verdant green tourmaline framed by a golden laurel wreath capped with inward turning scrolls.  A wonderful example of Hans Brassler's elegantly imaginative interpretation of Neoclassic design.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  Sold

French chimera stickpin. (J9214)


La Chimére 
A fierce chimera threateningly flares its wings from atop this striking stickpin.  The perfect personal gargoyle to keep evil spirits and other malefactors from your lapel, tie or hat.  Crafted in France in 18kt gold, circa 1900.    Cost:  $675

Hans Brassler citrine stickpin. (J9377)


Citrine Embers  A vibrant citrine glows like a fiery ember with rich orange and honey tones.  The gemstone rests in a distinctive gold frame reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts style and early Art Deco.  Created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $545

Hans Brassler jade stickpin. (J9191)


Brassler Jade  A luminous green jade hinting of early Art Deco is set beneath flowing Art Nouveau curves and Classical laurel wreath borders.  A wonderful example of the elegant, imaginative jewels created by Hans Brassler.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $785

Egyptian Revival scarab stickpin. (J9241)


Golden Scarab  Victorian stickpin with a shimmering golden scarab set in a small shadow box.  The frame is decorated with fine wire scrollwork and small golden orbs.  A tour de force of Victorian jewelry making.  Created in 14kt gold, circa 1875.    Cost:  $675

Hayden W. Wheeler lapis lazuli and pearl stickpin. (J9396)


Midnight Blue  Soaring Art Nouveau "wings" cradle a midnight blue lapis lazuli in an exotic flower or perhaps flames.  The deep blue lapis glistens with small bits of pyrite (fool's gold) that sparkle like stars in the night sky.  A small silvery pearl is set below.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  $465

Hans Brassler amethyst and diamond stickpin. (J9383)


Amethyst and Diamond  A rich purple amethyst rests in a golden laurel wreath framed by rising volutes.  Beneath the laurel wreath a small diamond sparkles.  A striking example of the imaginative neoclassically inspired jewels created by Hans Brassler.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $585

Hans Brassler carnelian stickpin. (J9360)


Carnelian Curves  A luminous carnelian glows from within flowing folds of gold.  There is a wonderful contrast between the stark geometry of the carnelian and the flowing curves of the setting.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $485

NY Yacht Club burgee stickpin. (J9301)


Burgees Aloft  An elegant nautical stickpin featuring the burgee of the New York Yacht Club and the commodore's flag in a beautifully carved reverse intaglio.  Created by Carrington & Company in 14kt gold, circa 1900.
Cost:  $675

Lion and diamond stickpin. (J9188)


Roaring Lion  A lion roars while clutching a sparkling diamond in his mouth.  The lion's fierce aspect is accented with fiery red eyes (likely rubies or garnets).  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  Sold

Hans Brassler peridot stickpin. (J9141)


Peridot Circles  Radiating circles frame a glowing green peridot cradled by sweeping golden bridges.  An imaginative wedding of Gothic Revival design and Art Deco geometry by Hans Brassler.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $475

Carter, Howe Art Nouveau stickpin of woman and pansy. (J9166)


La Pensée A wonderfully evocative Art Nouveau stickpin of a contemplative woman framed by the petals of a pansy and the hint of a rising sun.     Created by Carter, Howe in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  $425

Frank Krementz sapphire and pearl stickpin. (J9313)


Sapphire and Pearl  Flowing Art Nouveau curves with a hint of Gothic frame a blue sapphire and luminous pearl.  The elegant angles and openness of the design are reminiscent of the stone tracery surrounding a window in a Medieval cathedral.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.
Cost:  $475

Hans Brassler lapis lazuli stickpin. (J9193)


The Night Beetle  A deep blue lapis lazuli set as the body of an exotic scarab or moth with golden wings tightly folded along its sides.  In the lapis golden flecks of pyrite glitter like stars in the night sky.  Created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $485

Art Deco sapphire and diamond stickpin. (J9277)


Sapphire Geometry  The intertwining, angular lines of a golden interlace cradle a bright blue sapphire and small sparking diamond.  A nice example of the elegant geometry of Art Deco design.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1920.
Cost:  $485

Brassler Citrine lyre stickpin. (J9113)


Brassler Lyre  The Neoclassic form of a lyre wedded with the flowing, organic lines of Art Nouveau.  This elegant stickpin is accented with a smoldering orange citrine and a small white pearl.  Created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $425

Victorian pheasant reverse intaglio stickpin. (J9246)


Strutting Pheasant  A Victorian reverse intaglio of a ring-necked pheasant strutting through a miniature landscape.  The scene is beautifully rendered with many finely detailed plants.  Crafted in 18kt gold,  circa 1880.    Cost:  $675

Hans Brassler pearl stickpin. (J9285)


Pearl Geometry  A luminous pearl floats above radiating concentric triangles.  A geometrically striking stickpin created by Hans Brassler in the early Art Deco taste.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $475



Laurels and Amethyst A rich purple amethyst sits between the soaring branches of a laurel wreath.  Below a small luminous pearl glows in a trefoil setting.  An elegant stickpin created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $625

Art Nouveau insect stickpin. (J9237)


The Gold Bug The diamond-set head, elongated shield-shape body and golden forelegs of this abstractly rendered insect are framed by dramatically outward sweeping wings.  A wonderful example of American Art Nouveau design.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  $475

Brassler lapis lazuli stickpin. (J9297)


Lapis Lazuli  Brilliant blue lapis lazuli with small, golden accents is set beneath flowing Art Nouveau curves and Classical laurel wreath borders.  A wonderful example of the imaginative jewels created by Hans Brassler.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $685

Brassler stickpin with glowing angle skin coral. (J9130)


Angel Skin  A glowing angel skin coral cabochon sits in the middle of flowing, golden scrolls.  The rich patina of the gold gives this stickpin a sense of ancient mystery.  Created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold,  circa 1910.    Cost:  $625

Pan with diamond stickpin. (J9065)


Pan  The god of wild places and shepherds watches with an impish grin and fiery red garnet eyes.  A sparkling small diamond sits atop this richly detailed stickpin.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  Sold

Hans Brassler sapphire stickpin. (J9359)


Sapphire Wings  A glowing sapphire set between stylized wings in a free-flowing stickpin evocative of a bizarre creature or insect soaring upwards.  This whimsical stickpin was created by Hans Brassler,  an imaginative jeweler who in the early 1900s created a wonderful menagerie of fantastic, golden jewels.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  $425

Egyptian Revival stickpin with sapphire. (J9206)


Deco Egypt  Alternating papyrus stalks and palmettes surround a brightly glowing sapphire.  A striking example of the Egyptian theme jewels of the Art Deco era.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1920.    Cost:  Sold

Hayden Wheeler turquoise stickpin. (J9195)


Turquoise Earth  A striking turquoise floats like a small planet amid swirling curves.  The stickpin beautifully weds the flowing curves of Art Nouveau design with the symmetry and Medieval themes favored by the Arts & Crafts movement.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.
Cost:  $425

Hans Brassler scarab and bloodstone stickpin. (J9127)


Scarab and Bloodstone  A wonderful interpretation of a winged scarab by Hans Brassler.  In this imaginative jewel Brassler combined elements of Art Nouveau, Gothic Revival and Arts & Crafts design while evoking the mysteries of ancient Egypt.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1910.    Cost:  $675

Antique serpent and wings stickpin. (J9003)


Serpent and Wings Mercury, the messenger of the gods, carried a staff with fleet wings and two entwined serpents,  the Caduceus.  This stickpin is a variation with dramatic wings rising above a lone serpent.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  $425

Alling basilisk and pearl stickpin. (J9025)


The Basilisk  A regal basilisk tempts one with a luminous white pearl.  Basilisks have the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a serpent.  They were known for their deathly stares and very bad breath.  Beautifully crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  $345

Whiteside & Blank Classic Revival stickpin with peridot. (J9001)


Peridot and Garlands  A shimmering green perdiot set amid flowing bellflowers and pendant drops.  The elegant design of this stickpin recalls the Classical Revival styles of the Napoleonic and American Federal periods.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1910.    Cost:  $365

Egyptian Revival stickpin set with a luminous pearl. (J9033)


Egyptian Revival  A stylized palmette soars above a luminous pearl and exotic geometric designs in this dramatic Egyptian Revival stickpin.  Created by Whiteside & Blank in 14kt gold,  circa 1910.    Cost:  $375

Equestrian stickpin of horse head in profile. (J9056)


Equestrian  Beautifully designed stickpin of an energetic, alert horse.  A small red stone (likely a garnet) is set in the eye.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1925.
Cost:  $375

Riker Bros. griffin stickpin.

Basilisk Stickpin  Basilisks,  griffins,  sea serpents and chimera were all part of the menagerie of fantastic creatures that graced late Victorian jewels.  This 14kt gold stickpin from Riker Bros. features a fiery basilisk grasping a red stone.  Circa 1890.

Cost:  $385



Recently Sold

Below are several of the stickpins that have recently sold.
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French sea serpent stickpin with pearl. (J9129)


Serpent de Mer  A writhing sea serpent clutches a luminous pearl.  In the late 1800s French jewelers created a menagerie of fantastic and mythological creatures.  This boldly sculpted sea serpent with life-like fins and a tail that appears to be floating in water is a wonderful example.  Crafted in 18kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  Sold

French stickpin of rising dragon with diamond. (J9163)


Dragon Rising  A fierce dragon rises aloft clutching a diamond in its mouth.  The Medieval presence atop this elegant stickpin is beautifully sculpted in 18kt gold.  Created in France,  circa 1890.    Cost:  Sold

Fierce lion stickpin. (J9216)


Fierce Lion  A fierce lion stares with fiery red eyes and a menacing maw.  The regal image is beautifully sculpted with a rich flowing mane, bristling whiskers and menacing teeth.  Guess who's for dinner!  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1910.    Cost:  Sold

Hans Brassler Egyptian Revival stickpin. (J9136)


Pharaohs and Scarabs  An Egyptian Revival stickpin with two Pharaohs flanking a heliotrope (bloodstone) scarab.  The two Pharaohs and other design elements are finely sculpted with a rich patina that throws the myriad details into high relief.  Created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  Sold

Gothic Revival Lady in Cloak stickpin. (J9009)


Lady in Cloak  A mysterious maiden stares outward from beneath a hooded cloak.  This late Victorian stickpin in the Gothic Revival taste is wonderfully sculpted and richly detailed.  A small diamond is suspended from a golden chain lying across the shoulders of the richly embellished cloak.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1890.    Cost:  Sold

Hayden Wheeler monkey and pearl stickpin. (J9189)


The Philosopher  A monkey contemplates a small pearl while nonchalantly scratching his back.  The Victorians loved jewels with hidden messages and secret meanings.  This beautifully sculpted stickpin offers a lesson in humility.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

Victorian collie reverse intaglio stickpin. (J9049)


Border Collie  A vigilant border collie watches from within a Victorian reverse intaglio.  The pooch is beautifully sculpted with a finely detailed coat, whiskers and soulful eyes.  Crafted in 18kt gold,  circa 1880.
Cost:  Sold

Alling & Co. dragon and pearl stickpin. (J9081)


Alling Dragon  A fantastic winged creature with the head of a lion and body of a serpent coiled around a pearl. A nice example of the Victorian fascination with mythological creatures.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1890.    Cost:  Sold

French Belle Epoque stickpin. (J9184)


Belle Epoque  A beautifully designed French stickpin from the Belle Epoque period set with sparkling rose-cut diamonds, a luminous pearl and bright ruby.  Finely crafted in 18kt gold and platinum,  circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

French chimera stickpin. (J9247)


La Chimère II  A French chimera hungrily pursues a small golden ball.  This fierce gargoyle has the head of a an eagle and body of a serpent that morphs into a vine decorated with acanthus leaves.  Crafted in 18kt gold, circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

A fierce lion with diamond stickpin. (J9131)


Regal Lion  A regal lion grasps a shimmering diamond in his mouth and stares menacingly with fiery, dark red eyes (likely garnets or rubies).  The lion is beautifully sculpted with finely detailed whiskers and a flowing mane.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.   Cost:  Sold

Art Deco shield and spear stickpin. (J9137)


Tribal Arts  A bright, bold shield motif accented with stylized spear points frames a mysterious, dark blue sapphire.  Art Deco jewelers often found inspiration in what were mislabelled the "primitive" arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas.  Crafted in platinum and 14kt gold,  circa 1930.    Cost:  Sold

Hans Brassler carnelian scarab stickpin. (J9234)


Brassler Scarab A Hans Brassler stickpin with a sultry red carnelian scarab set in a stylized frame that repeats the scarab motif.  A wonderful blend of Egyptian Revival, Art Nouveau and Art Deco design.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910.   Cost:  Sold

Antique stickpin of entwined serpents guarding an amethyst. (J9083)


Entwined Serpents  Entwined serpents with jealous green eyes (possibly cobras) guard a regal purple amethyst.  A small fresh water pearl is set above the serpents like a distant, full moon.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

Lion and ruby stickpin. (J9152)


Ruby Lion  A lion menacingly glowers while clutching a fiery ruby in its maw.  The fierce mien and flowing mane of the King of Beasts are beautifully rendered.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1910.    Cost:  Sold

Brassler Bacchus and Amethyst stickpin. (J9098)


Bacchus  Among the ancient Greeks Dionysus (aka Bacchus) was the God of Wine and amethyst was believed to protect a wearer from intoxication.  So, this stickpin is ideal for a well-dressed wine lover.  Created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.   Cost:  Sold

Brassler bloodstone stickpin. (J9060)


Heliotrope  A striking heliotrope, or bloodstone, set in a distinctive Arts & Crafts stickpin.  The stickpin reflects the influence Medieval design had on Victorian and later jewelry makers.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1910.
Cost:  Sold

Victorian owl stickpin. (J9249)


Wise Owl  A wise owl perches on a branch and watches with inquisitive, bright green eyes.  The owl is beautifully sculpted with finely detailed feathers and sturdy talons grasping the tree branch.  The breast of the owl is engraved with the Greek letters ?, ? and ? - Kappa, Phi, Beta.    Cost:  Sold

Hans Brassler scarab and serpent stickpin. (J9185)


Scarab and Serpents  The mysteries of ancient Egypt ... two serpents with entwined tails surround a scarab carved in lapis lazuli.  A stylized lotus blossom rest atop the serpents and scarab.  This stickpin was created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  Sold

Beautifully enameled acorn and oak leaf stickpin. (J9074)


Acorns and Oak  An oak leaf and two acorns suspend from a small branch.  The oak leaf is beautifully enameled with shimmering shades of green, yellow and pink.  The acorns are set with two small pearls.  Crafted in 18kt and 14kt gold,  circa 1900.   Cost:  Sold

Alling dragon and diamond stickpin. (J9017)


Dragon and Diamond  A fierce dragon protectively cradles a small sparkling diamond.  The Victorians loved to enliven their jewels with a teeming menagerie of dragons, griffins, basilisks and other fantastic beasts.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  Sold

Hayden Wheeler winged scarab jade stickpin. (J9059)


Winged Scarab  Soaring wings surround a scarab carved in dark spinach-green Jade.  The winged beetle rests atop a stylized lotus blossom.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1925.    Cost:  Sold

Carter, Howe serpent and diamond stickpin. (J9209)


Serpent and Diamond  An inquisitive serpent slithers up a golden post seeking a sparkling diamond.  The serpent is wonderfully rendered with an expressive face and sinuous, twisting body.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

Arts & Crafts stickpin with a small diamond. (J9078)


Arts & Crafts  The Arts & Crafts movement created jewels of tranquil beauty that found inspiration in natural, organic forms.  This elegant stickpin with a small sparkling diamond is a wonderful example.  Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1900. Cost:  Sold

Brassler moonstone stickpin. (J9105)


Brassler Moonstone  A luminous moonstone set in a rich gold frame with a Greek key border.  The goldwork gives the jewel a mysterious ancient feel.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1910    Cost:  Sold

Egyptian Revival stickpin with amethyst and pearl. (J9126)


Alling Egyptian Revival  The flowing, geometric design of this stickpin is a wonderful example of the inspiration jewelers in the the early 1900s found in the arts and architecture of ancient Egypt.  Created by Alling & Company in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  Sold

A regal griffin and sapphire stickpin. (J9135)


Griffin and Sapphire  A beautifully sculpted winged lion-serpent fiercely guards a bright blue sapphire.  The tail of the fantastic creature flows beneath the sapphire with elegant scrolls and acanthus leaves.  Beautifully crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  Sold

Art Nouveau stickpin with sapphire and pearl. (J9176)


Sapphire and Pearl  Entwining Art Nouveau curves cradle a luminous pearl and bright blue sapphire.  The flowing curves come together beneath the sapphire to create an open heart.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

Winged serpent stickpin with pearl. (J9027)


Winged Serpent  A winged serpent warily grasping a small pearl.  This little fellow has a lot of charm. The perfect miniature gargoyle to keep demons from your lapel.  Beautifully crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

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Laurel Wreath and Moonstone  The classical elegance of a wreath of laurel leaves surrounding a luminous moonstone.  The laurel wreath is exquisitely crafted and detailed.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

Victorian stickpin with sea serpent and pearl. (J4805)


The Serpent and the Pearl!  The late Victorians loved whimsical miniature jewels with fantastic creatures.  This wonderful 14kt gold stickpin features a winged sea serpent clutching a pearl.  Circa 1890.    Cost:  Sold

Wise owl and pearl stickpin. (J9008)


Pearls of Wisdom  A wise owl perched on a branch with a freshwater baroque pearl.  Note the rich details of the owl's feathers and head.  Two small rose-cut diamonds are set as eyes.  Beautifully crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1890.
Cost:  Sold

Victorian amethyst and diamond stickpin. (J9086)


Amethyst and Pearls  A regal purple amethyst is accented with fresh water pearls and a sparkling diamond..  The gems are set in a flowing Victorian twig-and-vine setting crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1890.    Cost:  Sold

Art Deco Victory with pearl stickpin. (J9168)


Winged Victory  A triumphant Victoria raises a golden pearl above her soaring wings.  This stickpin is truly a miniature work of Art Deco sculpture.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1925.    Cost:  Sold

Carter, Howe winged scarab stickpin. (J9294)


Carter Scarab  A golden scarab with soaring wings.  Among the Victorians scarabs were viewed as a symbol of rebirth and regeneration and often attributed amuletic powers.   This finely crafted example was created by Carter, Howe & Co. in 14kt gold, circa 1900.    Cost:  Sold

Alling winged lion and pearl stickpin. (J9023))


Winged Lion and Pearl  The Victorians populated their stickpins with a teeming menagerie of flying lions, griffins and fiery dragons.  This charming example features a winged lion with an elegant tail of foliate scrolls.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  Sold

Brassler Sapphire and Pearl stickpin. (J9092)


Sapphire and Pearl A rich blue sapphire and a luminous white pearl set in a free flowing Art Nouveau stickpin.  A wonderful example of the imaginative designs of the early 1900s.  Created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.    Cost:  Sold

Art Deco jade stickpin. (J9269)


Deco Jade  A boldly geometric stickpin set with an elongated jade cabochon.  A wonderful example of the influence of Chinese art and architecture on Art Deco design.  Created by Taylor & Co. in 14kt gold, circa 1930.    Cost:  Sold

Stickpin with a fiery dragon protecting a golden sceptre. (J9055)


Dragon and Sceptre  The Victorians celebrated an exotic menagerie of mythical and whimsical creatures atop their stickpins.  This pin features a fierce dragon protecting a golden sceptre while warily watching with a dark green eye.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.    Cost:  Sold

Carter, Gough Moss Agate stick pin. (J9000)


Carter Moss Agate  An elegant Art Deco stickpin featuring a striking Moss Agate set in an eight-sided white gold bezel.  Created by Carter, Gough, a maker of fine stickpins, cufflinks and other jewels, in 14kt white gold, circa 1920.
Cost:  Sold

Victorian 15kt stickpin of a winged lion.


The Flyin' Lion  This Victorian stickpin features a winged lion cradled in a curved horn-like object.  A small pearl is set in front of the lion.  Wonderfully crafted in 15kt gold.

Cost:  Sold


Art Nouveau stickpin of woman with flowing hair. (J9047)


L'Art Nouveau  A beautifully sculpted stickpin of a serenely watchful woman with wild, flowing hair.  A small pearl is set in the lower tresses.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

Green enamel four-leaf clover and pearl stick pin. (J9037)


Lucky Clover  A beautiful four-leaf clover sure to bring luck to the wearer.  A small pearl is set in the center like a morning dew drop.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1900.
Cost:  Sold

Victorian lion and pearl stickpin. (J9012)


Roaring Lion  A regal lion grasps a pearl in his mouth and stares with fiery red eyes (likely rubies).  Beautifully sculpted with finely detailed whiskers and mane.  Crafted in 14kt gold,  circa 1890.    Cost:  Sold


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Victorian serpent and acanthus leaf brooch. (J9069)


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Whiteside & Blank blue guilloche enamel and diamond cufflinks. (J9227)


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Carrington diamond and mother-of-pearl dress set. (J9240)


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