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Costume Jewelry Pins and Brooc…1 of 723Great Grandma's BroochVictorian Intaglio Glass Oval on Brass Brooch /Reverse Painted Floral Design/Circa 19th Century
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Posted 10 months ago

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Zowie
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These are just a collection of different types of pins I have picked up over the years. The N in the jewelry box has a very small clear stone in the centre of the N the rest inside of the shape is finely carved. The N I also think is a tie pin. The red pin is hand painted & has some ware.The blue & white in box & in front of box has fine working on both sides as for the centre I cannot define what it is made of could anyone help with the sort of pins they are some maybe scarf pins. Please Please help.

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  1. Zowie Zowie, 7 months ago
    Thank you for your help once again
  2. Hatpinholly, 6 months ago
    These are stickpins and were worn by both men and women to decorate their lapels, ties, scarves, etc. They fell out-of-fashion by the mid-1970s. Collectors typically look to the more vintage and even antique one rather than the more modern ones as yours are. Oh, and the blue and white stone is a piece of simple art glass. Hope this helps...

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