This one's for my witch sisters. A pinchbeck moon-and-star chain made in the 1850s, at the height of the spiritualism movement's popularity. I can't be sure that someone wore this to a seance, but I wouldn't rule it out.
Very good - clasp is a replacement
1837 — 1901
The best “costume jewelry” during the Georgian era was pinchbeck, a top-secret formula that looked — and wore — just like gold.