Paydirt Home Locations Permit Map Equipment & Services Gold Price Old Forum Archive Donate Search

Pic of bottle top

IMG_2355

2 Likes

I reckon its part of a Hat pin.
Try this link Roy.
https://www.google.co.nz/search?rlz=1C2KYPB_enNZ674NZ674&biw=1280&bih=882&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=TUxNXLy1LMq9rQHWlY24BQ&q=amber+and+silver++hat+pin&oq=amber+and+silver++hat+pin&gs_l=img.12...6897.9641..15110...0.0..0.306.2628.0j6j5j1…0…1…gws-wiz-img.-T4ZxUw0mhE#imgrc=Pz4TpX06LEd85M:

2 Likes

Definitely a hatpin…Victorian and very similar to, say, this?


Good shooting…

3 Likes

i like hat pin.good spotting

just seen amber 15 quid a gram

Too optical for amber, and amber doesn’t survive in soil very well.
It’ll be cairngorm/citrine (basically a yellow amethyst).

1 Like

Restore that one. Even if it’s getting a jeweller to do it, you’d be surprised how many people still shop for hat pins.

1 Like

looks like a scots thistle too

1 Like