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Brett tied his cravat, put in his lucky horseshoe pin, and donned his hat and gloves while calling for his carriage--he was off to the races once again! Knowing his luck would hold, he planned to call on Leanna this afternoon to ask the question they had both been anticipating for some time...

This wonderful horseshoe cravat pin dates to the late 1800s-early 1900s Edwardian era, when every well-dressed man had one in his cravat. It features a lovely cabochon tiger eye center stone surrounded by a gilt horseshoe set with brilliants that are either cut glass or possibly quartz stones, but they are hand cut and set like real stones.

The tiger eye is about 10x8mm and the horseshoe setting is about 1/2" long. The pin on the back is 2.5" with a twisted area in the center of the pin to help secure it.

Modern uses of cravat pins include hats, purses, scarves, sweaters, lapels, and yes, even cravats! Perfect for the horse lover, gambler, or anyone who could use a bit of luck--couldn't we all?

Edwardian Lucky in Love Horseshoe Cravat Pin Stickpin, Time Raveler

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  • Materials: clear unknown cut stones, tiger eye cabochon, gilt metal
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 95 reviews
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