Here is a shield-shaped sorority pin (9/16 x 1/2”), with 16 tiny seed pearls set around the perimeter, and 3 colored stones. The 2 upper stones are emerald green, the bottom one is sapphire blue. They are too tiny to identify with certainty. The shield is crossed by a band of white enamel bisecting a background of black enamel. On the band are the Greek letters Kappa Phi, and in gold on one side is a candle stick and on the other is a flower. On the back it is engraved with what looks like a stylized “BP” – most likely the maker’s mark – and “WILMA BUTE”, “Z” (which may indicate the chapter), and “’32”, which we’re assuming means 1932. It weighs 3.3 grams. The photos are part of the description; please examine them carefully. Thanks! Shipping, handling & insurance within the USA included.