When a delicate finishing touch is what your outfit needs, this Victorian ruby and diamond antique bar pin will never disappoint. The 14k yellow gold setting is texturally enhanced with ribbing and a twisted rope design. The center third of this Victorian bar pin is accented with a collection of rubies and diamonds for contrasting gemstone appeal. Three emerald cut rubies alternate with four old European cut diamonds in this exquisite antique bar pin. The diamonds total 0.16 carats while the rubies lend 0.23 carats of gemstone weight. Circa 1900
With its lovely wreath design, this Etruscan Revival antique pin is sure to draw attention. The 14k yellow gold setting is exquisitely carved with a stem-and-leaf design that adds an elegant textural backdrop to the four round faceted mixed cut blue sapphires that are set around the circle of the antique pin. The total gemstone weight of the sapphires is 0.61 carats. Day, Clark and Co. trademark. Circa 1890
This Victorian pearl and diamond antique pin's twisted 18k yellow gold corkscrew design is elegantly sophisticated. The silver white round pearl and old European cut diamonds that accent this Victorian stick pin lend contrasting flavor to the yellow gold setting. Totaling 0.17 carats, the diamonds accentuating this antique pin range in color from H to I and in clarity form VS1 to SI1. Circa 1910
Fall over the moon in love with this Victorian crescent antique pin. Set in 18k yellow gold and topped with platinum, this crescent brooch is set with twenty-one old European cut diamonds. Ranging in color from H to J and in clarity from VVS2 to SI2, the diamonds accentuating this antique crescent brooch total 1.22 carats. The arcing shape of Victorian antique pins mesmerize the eye. Circa 1895.
Sapphire and diamond Edwardian brooches add a touch of femininity and a splash of color to your favorite 'little black dress.' This antique pin's diamond-accented floral motif is particularly soft and romantic. The forty-four old style full and single cut diamonds that accentuate this Edwardian brooch total 0.86 carats of diamond weight. Thirty triangular and rectangular calibre cut blue sapphires vividly edge this antique pin. The sapphires add 1.00 carat of gemstone weight to the pin. Circa 1920.
The Edwardian period's signature lacy cutwork is showcased in this antique filigree brooch. A diagonal streak of blue sapphires offers an intriguing accent. Set in platinum, the eyelet edging and spring-curled spirals of this Edwardian filigree antique pin soften its rectangular angularity. Provenance reigns supreme in the Tushnett and Strauss trademark. Thirty full cut and one rose cut diamond totaling 0.27 carats lend nonstop shimmer to Edwardian antique pins like this one. Circa 1900.
Antique Victorian Onyx Mourning Brooch with Pearls
Cattails bursting with fluffy down give Victorian antique mourning brooches a pastoral flavor. The base of this antique pin is fabricated of cylindrical black onyx that contrasts the 14k yellow gold and pearl fronds overlaying it. Forty-four cream and silver white half seed pearls lend a lustrous will-o-the-wisp effect to this antique pin. Circa 1880.
These Edwardian guilloche enamel antique pins hypnotically transfuse light, lending a rainbow effect to the white-enamel-trimmed pink guilloche enamel. Each pin is rimmed in 14k yellow gold and is highlighted with rounded edges and spaded endpoints. Of probable French origin, this antique Edwardian guilloche enamel pin set can be worn as a matching pair or separated for greater versatility. Circa 1910.
This Victorian antique pin's combination of French blue, dark blue, forest green, spring green, orange and pink enameling colorfully mesmerizes the eye. The central pinwheel design of this Victorian pin is accented with a round modern full cut diamond that weighs approximately 0.09 carats. This 14k gold base of this antique pin is softly etched for textural appeal. Sprinkled with enamel flowers, Victorian antique pins burst with romantic color. Circa 1880s.