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A group of thirteen Chinese silver Adornments. Qing Dynasty (1644-1912), including nine finely cast and engraved deity figures designed to be sewn onto garments and four hatpins in figural, ruyi mushroom, floral and geometric designs, some marked. Length 1

Porcelain, Japanese, one long hat pin terminating in a round ball shaped porcelain Satsuma end, finely detailed with foliate motif in gilt and vibrant colour.

A German Art Nouveau white metal hat-pin holder, Wurtemburgische Machin Fabrik, (WMF), Geislingen circa 1900, double-sided, each side modelled in relief with a maiden's head in profile surmounted by a band of flower heads, her long her hair falling to form

A Chinese carved ivory-mounted hat pin. Early 20th century, the inverted pear-shaped terminal carved and pierced with flowers and foliage. Length 16.5 cm. (overall)

Two large vintage purple iridescent sequined hatpins

A sterling silver mounted hat pin the mount with an amber glass Scottish thistle flower decoration. Birmingham 1910. Length 23.4 cm