Made of 14k white gold, the ribbons of this antique pin are done in delicate lacework. Dainty open weave flowers are embedded within the streamers, allowing the fabric of your favorite outfit to peek through. A dark blue glass accent is rhomboid set in the midst of this bouquet.
Details: 14k white gold. Blue glass; 0.06 carats. Antique, Circa 1950
The swallow is in joyful flight with his wings outstretched. His finely crafted body and wings are of 14k yellow gold topped with platinum and embellished with a dazzling array of old European cut diamonds. The bird's red ruby eye keeps a watchful eye on the horizon. Circa 1895.
A slim stem curls out of its center from a multicolored fluttering flower blossom in this antique pin. Green, violet, rose and cornflower yellow are all represented in the multicolored display. Circa 1905
Chevrons, teardrops, circles and fleurs de lis are just some of the entrancing elements that come together in this antique pin. A round European cut diamond weighing 0.04 carats accentuates the teardrop. Made of 14k white gold, this antique bar pin has a dainty openwork design. Circa 1930
The decorative accents that give this hand-wrought Art Deco pin its charm are set on the diagonal. A 0.07 carat cushion faceted step cut emerald is surrounded by eight European cut diamonds. Bead set in a platinum top, these diamonds total 0.20 carats. This antique brooch secures with an 18k white gold safety pin clasp. Circa 1925
The creamy white Oriental pearls in this Victorian antique pin have a silver cast to them. Bearing the Krementz trademark, this late Victorian pin is tipped at the ends with platinum, which adds a touch of metallic contrast. Circa 1895
The creamy white color of the pearls casts a silver shimmer that contrasts with the 14k yellow gold setting of this antique pin. This Victorian jewelry piece adds a touch of classic elegance and sophistication to any outfit in your wardrobe. Circa 1885
The 14k white gold base of this antique brooch is done in a romantic filigree design. The elongated base of this antique pin is enhanced at the center with a round full cut diamond that weighs 0.07 carats. A collection of six square faceted mixed cut blue sapphires are caught in the filigreed web. The combined gemstone weight of the sapphires is 0.28 carats. Circa 1925
The 15k yellow gold base of this antique pin from the Etruscn Revival jewelry period is fashioned in a three-tier design. Milgraining and carvings add texture to the metal. The center blossom is accentuated with a collection of ten oval faceted mixed cut white topazes. The total gemstone weight of this antique pin is 1.47 carats. An oval rose cut diamond weighing 0.05 carats adds additional sparkle. Circa 1865
In this Victorian antique brooch, the six-sided star's points alternate with fleur-de-lis-tipped rays. A collection of spherical and half creamy white iridescent pearls accent the metallic elements of this Victorian pearl pendant and brooch. Circa 1890
Threads of platinum create a delicate bow that is set with old European cut diamonds, pearls, and a center blue sapphire. The ribbon steamers of this Edwardian antique pin move ever-so-slightly as you do. This Edwardian jewelry piece is circa 1910.
In this estate brooch, a natural amethyst gemstone is mirror set in a 14k yellow gold base. Metallic coil springs and milgraining surround the oval amethyst. This amethyst estate brooch's deep purple centerpiece gemstone weighs 6.5 carats. Circa 1970s or later.
18k yellow gold cascades from all directions in this estate brooch with starburst design. Radiantly accenting the golden streams are seven strategically placed round brilliant and round single cut diamonds. These diamonds total 0.24 carats. A collection of nine rubies lends a pop of color to this brooch display. The rubies total 0.50 carats of gemstone weight. Circa 1960
Milky droplets of pearl glisten from crevices within white and yellow gold that flows around a coral sphere of magnificent color in this 1920s antique brooch. The central coral shimmers like a misty sunset. In the realm of brooches, this a true treasure.
Details: Antique, Circa 1920. 14k white and yellow gold. Round cabochon cut coral; 4 carats. 4 round half pearls.
The circular 14k yellow gold base of this Edwardian antique pin is open in the center like a wreath. Nine square faceted mixed cut amethysts encircle this Edwardian brooch. Triangular wedges alternate between the amethysts for a unique collection of geometric elements. Each wedge is studded with a duo of cream and silvery white half pearls. A total of eighteen pearls accentuate this Edwardian jewelry piece. Circa 1910.
A collection of five old European cut diamonds centerpiece this antique sapphire and diamond bar pin for a total diamond weight of 0.43 carats. The diamonds are flanked by ten rectangular faceted mixed cut blue sapphires, five on each side. The combined gemstone weight of all the sapphires in this antique bar pin is 1.25 carats. Circa 1890.
Made of 14k white gold, the delicate filigree work of this Art Deco antique pin lends a dainty touch to your outfit. Four square set old style full cut diamonds accent the filigreeing for a total diamond weight of 0.28 carats. Four triangular step cut blue sapphires pinpoint the corners of this rectangular antique pin, lending a gemstone weight of 0.16 carats. Circa 1920
An old style round brilliant cut diamond is set in the center of this antique brooch, while four old European cut diamonds serve as shimmering accents down the middle of this Edwardian jewelry piece. The total diamond weight of the five diamonds that accentuate antique Edwardian brooches like this one is 0.54 carats. Circa 1920
This glorious antique brooch sparkles with 101 diamonds totaling 4.77 carats Three European cut diamonds run down the center of this brooch and total 1.62 carats. Ninety-eight old style round full cut and old style round single cut diamonds are set in the floral jewelry lacework and total approximately 3.15 carats. This elegant Art Deco antique pin also converts to a pendant. Antique pins like this one are dazzling on the sash of your wedding dress! Circa 1915.