The impressive workmanship and fine quality of this pin have ensured that it stood the test of time. This Victorian beauty dates from the late 1800s and is still in great shape. The bottom of the sword itself is a little bent, but the scabbard covers it when worn so it isn’t visible. The white enamel is beautifully done, especially when accented with 42 half and one full (probably) natural Oriental seed pearls. The diamond at the hilt has the weight of about 0.07 Ct. Originally used as a cloak pin; it can be worn as a brooch to accent any outfit or coat. The whole sword is 14 karat yellow gold, and measures 3 1/4” long, and just over 3/4” at the widest.