A fabulous stick pin from the Art Nouveau (ca1904) era by Massachusetts based jewelers F. H. CUTLER & CO.! This wonderful piece is crafted in 14kt yellow gold and portrays the face of a beautiful young woman in profile resting at the top of a stick pin. The intricate details are incredible, including flowing wavy hair, a dangling earring, and light enamel work that highlights her rosy cheeks, red lips, and beautiful eyes. A gorgeous flower rests near her ear, embellished with a sparkling old Mine Cut diamond at the center and a delicate natural seed pearl is set on the other side. Finishing the design is a long stick pin, and a "14" gold purity mark beside the F. H. CUTLER & CO. maker's mark. This is an exceptional piece for any stick pin lover and would make a wonderful addition to any collection!
Measurements: The stickpin measures approximately 2 3/8" in total length. The women's face measures about 1/2" wide and tall and is approximately 1/8" thick.
Condition: The overall condition of the stick pin is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold setting. Both the diamond and the pearl are intact and securely set. The enamel is in pristine condition, with no cracks or fading, which is incredible given the age of the piece.