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This Silver Lapel Pin was individually fashioned by an unknown artist, who unfortunately did not mark his (or her) masterpiece. The center piece of the pin is a sizeable Turquoise Stone. Fashioned with a classic South Western flavor, this Lapel Pin retains it’s popular appeal even today. Dating back to a period of time before it became usual practice to irradiate Turquoise in order to “enhance” the color, this Pin Circa dates to 1940-1950.

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