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I found this diamond pin at a thrift store and I don’t know the logo

OoohShiny

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A few more pictures than just the side of the piece would be helpful.

If you're talking about the logo on the box, it's just a standard Fleur De Lys print.
 

seastar4357

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A few more pictures than just the side of the piece would be helpful.

If you're talking about the logo on the box, it's just a standard Fleur De Lys print.
I was hoping someone could identify it because of the box. I don’t see any marks on the pin.
 

dk168

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I am not an expert, however, IMHO, the box and liner are generic jewellery packaging, and not proprietary ones.

Cute pin though.

DK :))
 

seaurchin

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If this helps, I googled something like "yellow gold diamond stick pins" and several similar looking ones came up at about $100 each. I think yours is prettier, though. Great find!
 

seastar4357

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If this helps, I googled something like "yellow gold diamond stick pins" and several similar looking ones came up at about $100 each. I think yours is prettier, though. Great find!
Thank you! I am thinking about getting it appraised
 

stracci2000

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This is a gold plated costume jewelry stick pin.
Yes, the diamond is real, but lots of older plated jewelry is set with tiny diamonds.
Stick pins had a resurgence of popularity in the late 1970s, which is when this piece was made. We wore them on lapels, bow blouses and cowl neck sweaters.
I would value it at $10-15
 
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seastar4357

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This is a gold plated costume jewelry stick pin.
Yes, the diamond is real, but lots of older plated jewelry is set with tiny diamonds.
Stick pins had a resurgence of popularity in the late 1970s, which is when this piece was made. We wore them on lapels, bow blouses and cowl neck sweaters.
I would value it at $10-15
Thanks so much!
 

seaurchin

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Ah, yes. I remember when stickpins were the big thing for awhile, way back when.

So, if it doesn't have any markings on it like 10k or 14k, then yes, I'd assume it is gold plated. Still a nice treasure for $2, though!
 
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