c 1930 Hard to find hand made sterling silver pin marked "Lillian Pines", a contemporary of Mary Gage, and "Sterling". Ms. Pine's store was in New York City's Madison Avenue from 1930’s- 1950’s.
Born in Manchester NH she may well have participated in Boston's Society of Arts Crafts as a contemporary of Mary Gage, both living into the 1990's.
Fan width 1.5" X 2.25 including the basket with 6 'flowers'
Weighs .6 Oz. or 18 Grams. In wonderful condition with decades and decades of rich darkened silver.
$9 USPS Priority/Ins/Track or Free with your USA Ck or USPS MO.
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