Starburst Pin Brooch 14K Yellow Gold Pearl 5.6 grams

$ 300
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Victorian Revival Starburst Pin Brooch Pendant in 14K yellow gold and pearls is a beautifully executed piece in pristine condition that dates to the 1950s. The bail will accommodate a 3mm chain, ribbon, cord or cable of your choice to give you many different ways to wear this beautiful vintage pin / brooch / pendant.

It is approximately 1-1/4" in diameter and features eight curved rays lined with small seed pearls emanating from a large, 7mm, central pearl.

This pin is sturdy and substantial, weighing approximately 5.6 grams and is in Excellent Condition with almost no evidence of use or wear.

This pin / brooch / pendant would look great on a velvet ribbon or cord. It would make a lovely addition to a sweater, blouse or jacket.

Heirloom quality in precious metal and pearls, this will have another life with you and can be a cherished family heirloom to pass down to another generation.

You will be pleased.

Your lovely Victorian Revival Starburst Pin / Pendant / Brooch will arrive in our signature gift box with silver stretch tie, ready to love or give.

(Our #46271-PearlGoldPin)
Price: $ 300
Color: Yellow Gold
Dimensions: 1-1/4"
Quality: Excellent
Quantity: One
Vendors Item# 46271
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