Antique Skeleton Stickpin with Original Box


A lovely enameled skeleton stickpin with movable arms and legs. This one is channeling Dracula with his grill, and has added swagger with a missing left hand. Maybe she/he was a pirate, or someone was a little too rough with them sometime in the past. This Victorian Period pin is in nice antique condition and it comes in it’s gorgeous, original box.

This is a antique jewelry collector item that not get wet or be worn regularly. And should only be worn with care.

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SKU: 685M01 Categories: ,

Additional information


White Enamel, Sterling Silver


74 mm long


1.4 grams


This item has been professionally cleaned and is ready for immediate wear.

Each item has been identified and graded by a Graduate Gemologist who has been certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).

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