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  • Jay Strongwater Sammie Busy Bee Tack Pin
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    Bold hand embroidered brooch is inspired by the tropical waters shapes, colors and textures of coral reefs. Hand sewn and embroidered from various vintage textiles- lace, silk, silk velvet and brocade. Adorned with vintage jewelry find, antique metallic vestment fringes, crystals, hand beaded accents, wool. Brooch is backed with fine leather and has secure brooch pin. 17X 8 cm. One of a kind.
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