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Heavy HAND Victorian Pin PENDANT 6g 14k Gold Blue Enamel Pocket Watch Pendant Holder Hook Figural Floral

Heavy HAND Victorian Pin PENDANT 6g 14k Gold Blue Enamel Pocket Watch Pendant Holder Hook Figural Floral

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Special stock drop of some fun figural antique pieces, several of these are personal collection releases that I have enjoyed! : )

Oh those clever Victorians and their wonderful, whimsical figural jewelry! Thank heavens for them!

This beautiful 3D figural piece serves double duty as it is an antique pin / brooch but it has a hook on the back so it can also hold a pendant (or would have originally held a Victorian pocket watch). There is a nice amount of tension in the hook so you can actually use said hook to hook it onto a chain as seen in photos. This causes the hand to face upwards and it looks quite lovely. An alternative idea would be to remove the pin back and add a loop or loops to the top behind the cuff and use it as a pendant holder where the hand reaches down and any of your pendants can be added to dangle from the hook.

My husband calls this one the Hand of the King from Game of Thrones : )

Wonderful detail to the piece, with a tiny diamond ring on the finger. The gold has a beautiful texture with floral details on the large cuff that are highlighted in enamel (blue, green, yellow and red) and linear designs on the gloved hand. The clasp functions really well, nice and tight, snaps firmly closed.

No hallmarks, it tests at 14k gold and it has a Very sturdy hand feel.

Please note the measurements as I have small fingers and it can be difficult to determine scale from pictures. Some of my buyers "draw out" an example to get an idea of scale in person.

Antique Boxes, props, chains, mice : ) not included. I just laid it over my staging chain to show examples of how to wear.


27mm x 15mm x 9.5mm deep where the hook bows out. It weighs a sturdy 6g.


There is loss to the enamel from age. The diamond in the ring is a replacement because they inserted a single cut diamond upside down with the pavilion and point facing up which is done sometimes with small diamonds to mimic an old or rose cut diamond that was probably there originally.

Please note that all my pieces are pre-owned and in estate condition. They will have patina, surface wear, a few small nicks. These pieces may also have evidence of a sizing, some build up around the stones and / or inclusions seen under magnification, typical for antique pieces. I have mentioned any noticeable issues above and they are all still wearable and eager to be loved and accepted for many years to come, (the preservation of antique jewelry, even those with signs of their age and history, is important to me. : )
But - Please note due to age, this piece is not in mint condition. Pictures also serve as part of the description and condition report so please utilize the zoom feature which will magnify any wear significantly more than what is visible to the eye while wearing : )

Striking to wear with the figural shape.

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In many cultures, people use their hands to help convey emotions when communicating. Throughout history, shaking hands in friendship, holding hands in affection, or reaching out with a token of love to ask for a hand in marriage have all been captured in this expressive motif in antique jewelry. From ancient Roman times through the sentimental Georgian and Victorian eras, hands have held many messages: loyalty, strength, romance and fidelity. The most charming and collectible of all variations of the hand are those that wear their own miniature pieces of jewelry, such as engagement rings and bracelets. This is definitely one form of antique jewelry that can be collected and worn today, and then handed down to the next generation.


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