Archeological-revival cravat pin


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This cravat pin is formed of a gold shaft ending in a gold finial shaped and decorated to resemble a pine cone, with filigree to suggest the pine cone’s surface. The Castellani firm was the leading producer of archaeological-revival jewelry in the second half of the nineteenth century, and this cravat pin illustrates the scope of Castellani’s production.

Archeological-revival cravat pin, Castellani, Gold and steel, Italian, Rome

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