This brooch has it all! Several stick pins from the late Victorian to Edwardian eras (1890-1910) make up this cluster brooch, most likely assembled in the 1930s. All of the pins are made of either 14k or 18k gold. The left most man-in-the-moon is made of rock crystal. The center stick, a gorgeous citrine surrounded by natural pearls, is about the size of a nickel. The horse head is a finely carved carnelian stone. The stick farthest on the right is made of bone. They are all beautifully gathered together at the base by a golden retriever- he fetched five sticks! It measures 2 1/2 inches at its longest and just over 2 1/4 inches at its widest.