The Stick Pin is one of the oldest styles of pins, often worn on lapels, ties and lady's hats. It is also well suited to ascot wear over a tie tack or other style pin, because the long 'stick' helps keep the entire ascot secure, and the two flaps of fabric from separating while being worn. The clutch at the bottom prevents you from poking yourself while keeping everything as it should be and looks very deboinaire while doing so.
This little ram head is cast in solid sterling and is measures a mere 3/8" in diameter. The tiny details of this little piece lures admirers to approach for a closer look once they realize what it is. The ram is securely mounted on a 2" white gold plated ascot pin with matching fitted retaining clutch that contains the sharp point.