Yellow. Red, White and Blue April Flower in Honor of Earth Day by Harriete Estel Berman

Yellow. Red, White and Blue April Flower in Honor of Earth Day by Harriete Estel Berman

Go green all spring and summer with this one of a kind classic flower pin in honor of Earth Day.

Flowers are the hot fashion item for this spring. This one of a kind Yellow. Red, White and Blue April Flower pin can give your wardrobe the update it needs. Multiple bright colors and patterns in four layers of petals, this pin has a dynamic appearance and will complement every color combination.

Retail Price $375.00

The flower is 2 3/4" in diameter.
Details are described below:
Yellow Center with red curly detail from Toll House chocolate chips tin,
Nutrition information in white and yellow with blue lettering,
Bright yellow petals, with a couple red tips, has faint red Chinese lettering,
Red, white,yellow, and blue petals.

BACK is a brillant Yellow tulip with green leaves from vintage tin kitchen canister. Pin stem is artfully concealed. Iron hallmark on the back assures you that this is a Harriete Estel Berman orignal.

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