Pair of Art Deco Crescent Moon & Sword Diamond Stud Earrings in White Gold
Art Deco crescent moon and scimitar conversion studs. Shriners are a charitable organization started in 1872 best known for the Shriners Hospital for Children. Their symbol is the crescent moon and scimitar.
This is a pair of Shriner tie tacs that were matched and converted to studs. They are pave set with diamonds.
Cut: Single Cuts
Weight: 7=0.10 cts
Measurements: 1.3 - 1.8 mm
Dimensions: 15.5 x 8 mm / 16.1 x 7 mm
Metal: 14k white gold & Palladium / 14k white gold post and back
Markings: PD and makers mark on one stud
Circa: 1920- 1930
Condition Rating: 9 (in great condition pins were removed and replaced with posts)
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