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Brassler Amethyst Stickpin


Brassler amethyst moth stickpin. (J9365)

Amethyst Moth


A jeweled moth or exotic winged creature is crafted in gold and set with a vibrant amethyst and small diamond.  This insectomorphic (insect-inspired) stickpin was created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold, circa 1910.

Hans Brassler was a wonderfully imaginative jeweler/artist who in the early 1900s created a small  menagerie of insectomorphic jewels.  This elegant example features a purple amethyst set as the body between two wings sweeping downward along the sides.  Beneath the wings the creature's legs  cradle a small sparkling diamond. 

Finely crafted in 14kt gold, this elegant stickpin is secured with a sturdy pin stem when worn.  The maker's mark of The Brassler Company ("14B" surrounded by a double oval) is stamped on the lower left reverse.

Cost:  $475

Measurements:  The top of this stickpin measures just over 1/2" by  1/2".  The stickpin is 2 1/2" long and weighs 2.0 grams.


Brassler amethyst moth stickpin. (J9365)


Brassler amethyst moth stickpin. (J9365)

To learn more about Hans Brassler and the stickpins he created,
please visit The Extraordinary Stickpins of Hans Brassler.


Here are a few more elegant jewels from the past ...

Hans Brassler scarab and bloodstone stickpin. (J9127) Alling amethyst and arch stickpin. (J9455) Hans Brassler amethyst and diamond stickpin. (J9501)



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