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Sash pins were usually heavier in design and weight and made to be worn as a decoration on a woman or man's sash. Popular in the Victorian and Edwardian periods and ranging from the finest in gold and precious gems to simple potmetal designs.

Sizes usually ranged from 2-1/2" up with long pin stems to fasten securely. Most were of openwork design in the center so as to "enhance" the sash, not to hide it.

Popular motifs were flowers and foliage as well as figural and filigree designs.


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Large 3x3" Victorian sash brooch features a pot metal openwork cluster design with prong set carnelian color stones as accents. Nicely done and great piece for fall accessorizing
SHP19475 SOLD


Very dimensional sash brooch in brass approximately 2-1/3 x 3". Floral bud cluster center with textured leaf accents. All on an openwork and filigree background. Very nice. SHP15895 $25 HOLD


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Goldtone sash pin/brooch is 2-1/2 x 1-3/4". Beautiful design. No manufacturer name. C Clasp. Good Condition
SHP3995 $20


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This pretty sash brooch is 2" x 1-1/4". silvertone with tiny marcasites and blue mottled stones. A few stones may be missing, but not misssed....
SHP6200 $25

This beautiful sash brooch features double row of engraved goldtone beads and side design for a nice dimensional look. Very elegant and versatile. SHP17771 $25


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Another Arts and Crafts looking design in smooth goldtone with a wavy effect.
2 x 3"
SHP13824 $25

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