I actually dug this a few days ago, but just now got around to taking some good pics of it. My hunting buddy and I have been hunting a new Civil War site for the last few weeks, and it keeps giving up awesome relics! The site has also had a lot of foot traffic over the last 150 years, so we find a lot of other goodies as well. I've found more good stuff at this one site than I think I ever have at any other site. The variety of relics is pretty awesome! This little piece just blew me away when I saw it in the clump of dirt! It read a solid 54 on the AT Max, so I figured it was just another pull tab or beaver tail. Man was I surprised to see that unmistakable glimmer of gold in my plug!! After spraying it off with a bit of water, I could see a very ornate design carved on the face of what I initially thought was a cufflink. I also noticed a tiny emerald still in place! Well once I got it home and started researching it, I came to the conclusion that it was more likely to be a Victorian era collar stud. I've found the plain collar studs (the ones that look like Sorry game pieces), but never anything this ornate! I gave it a good cleaning and it appears that it still has most of the stones! There's still dirt around the stones, but I'm not going to clean it any further. I don't want to risk losing the remaining stones. I also tested it, and it turned out to be at least 14k gold! I can't find my 18k test solution, so it might actually be higher than 14k. Enjoy and HH!