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Honeymoon pins were popular love tokens around the turn of the last century-- the "honey" was depicted by a flower or clover (also symbolizing luck) and the crescent represented the "moon."
This 14k gold pendant was converted from an antique brooch (circa 1910) by removing the pin and adding a gold jump ring bail.
The pendant features a green enamel clover with a diamond accent nestled inside of a crescent moon adorned with enamel forget-me-not flowers.
The piece measures 1.15 inches from the top of the jump ring to bottom by 0.9 inches wide, and we are offering the option to purchase with or without the 18 inch, 14k gold chain depicted in the photos. The piece is in good condition with a slight bend to the bottom horn of the crescent.
Materials: Diamond, Gold.
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