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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 antique 14k gold brooch (circa 1910) features a crescent adorned with a bouquet of enamel and pearl clovers. The pin catch bears the makers mark for the renowned Krementz & Co. of Newark, NJ.
The brooch measures 0.7 inches from top to bottom by 0.9 inches wide. It is in very good condition.
Materials: Pearl, Gold.
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