Fossil Purple April Flower Brooch in Honor of Earth Day by Harriete Estel Berman

Fossil Purple April Flower Brooch in Honor of Earth Day by Harriete Estel Berman

Spring is here with this Fossil Purple April Flower Brooch posted in Honor of Earth Day by Harriete Estel Berman. Constructed from post consumer recycled tin cans with purples, peaches, ocher flower petals and a purple Fossil Center. Think green and spring in every way you can.

This one pin will update your whole wardrobe this spring and summer. Flowers are every where in the stores along with bright colors and multiple patterns.

The photo is fine, the April Flower pins in person are amazing. Everyone will compliment what your wearing. I know it happened to me and my mother. All your friends and acquaintances will what to know, "Where did you get that Flower pin?"
Retail Price $385.00
Detailed Description:
Diameter of pin is 3 3/8".
Purple Fossil Center
Angel face in ochers from fruit tin,
Yellow ocher structure with purple, greens and blues,
Drive in movie scene cartoon in peach, purple and black.

BACK of the pin artfully conceals the pin stem with - Orange vintage tin with flower. Hallmark is a domestic iron.

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