Orange and blue Flower with Anti-Aging Watch Motif by Harriete Estel Berman in honor of Earth Day.

Orange and blue Flower with Anti-Aging Watch Motif by Harriete Estel Berman in honor of Earth Day.

This one of a kind April Flower Brooch is inspired by thinking green for Earth Day. Constructed from post consumer recycled tin cans your spring and summer can be green and fashion forward.

Have you checked out the new spring and summer clothes? Everything is covered in flowers. Flower print to 3-dimensional flower motifs. Bright colors and multiple patterns for the hottest fashion.

This pin can instantly update your wardrobe. Don't miss this pin, I sold four pins before they were even posted on line. This Flower pin is really specially with the Anti-aging motif from the Candy tin.

Complete and detailed description:
3 1/8" diameter
4 layers of petals including center.
Blue and Purple strip center,
Vintage style advertising with clock from Anti-aging Candy, Vintage tin with gold, orange and blue details on off- white background,
Vintage style graphic of movie theater,

BACK is turquoise Chinese cookie with UPC,
Hallmarked by Harriete Estel Berman

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