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Skull and Crossbones Cravat stick pin, France, 18thC, Pin gold, tibia gold black enamel and four quartz or topaz rose cut, skull ivory cabochon ruby eyes. Les Arts Decoratifs

Skull and Crossbones Cravat stick pin, France, 18thC, Pin gold, tibia gold black enamel and four quartz or topaz rose cut, skull ivory cabochon ruby eyes. Les Arts Decoratifs

18kt Gold and Baroque Pearl Hat Pin, designed as a serpent coiling around a large black baroque pearl, with cabochon ruby eyes.

18kt Gold and Baroque Pearl Hat Pin, designed as a serpent coiling around a large black baroque pearl, with cabochon ruby eyes.

Three Art Nouveau Gold Stickpins, a griffin, maker's mark for Carter, Howe & Co., another with diamond melee accents, American maker's mark, and a snake with old-European-cut diamond head.

Three Art Nouveau Gold Stickpins, a griffin, maker's mark for Carter, Howe & Co., another with diamond melee accents, American maker's mark, and a snake with old-European-cut diamond head.

A late 19th century pearl, ruby and diamond cravat pin   The baroque pearl in a bud design mount with alternate ruby and rose-cut diamond petals, to a rose-cut diamond tapered base

A late 19th century pearl, ruby and diamond cravat pin The baroque pearl in a bud design mount with alternate ruby and rose-cut diamond petals, to a rose-cut diamond tapered base

This is not contemporary - image from a gallery of vintage and/or antique objects. THEODOR FAHRNER Hat Pins Gold Pearl

This is not contemporary - image from a gallery of vintage and/or antique objects. THEODOR FAHRNER Hat Pins Gold Pearl

Egyptian Revival Antique Stick Hat Pin    Antique stick hat pins like this one with the Sphinx on it exemplify the Egyptian Revival style which became popular in the early 20th century. This renewed interest in Egyptian antiquities began as a result of the opening of King Tut's Tomb in 1922.    You can see not only the Egyptian motif, but the trend toward simplicity of design as styles moved toward the sleekness and simplicity of Art Deco.

Egyptian Revival Antique Stick Hat Pin Antique stick hat pins like this one with the Sphinx on it exemplify the Egyptian Revival style which became popular in the early 20th century. This renewed interest in Egyptian antiquities began as a result of the opening of King Tut's Tomb in 1922. You can see not only the Egyptian motif, but the trend toward simplicity of design as styles moved toward the sleekness and simplicity of Art Deco.

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