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Princess Share Enamel Pin - Lapel Pen

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  • $15.00
In stock (1000 items available)

Your order includes 1 enamel pin and the metal pin back.

The size of the enamel pin is 2 inches in height.

What is the meaning of an enamel pin or a lapel pin? A lapel pin, aka enamel pin, is a small pin worn on clothing, often on the lapel of a jacket, attached to a bag, or displayed on a piece of fabric. It is a pretty cool way to express yourself and transform an outfit.


Your enamel pin depicting is inspired by princess Shuri of Wakanda. Her panther arm and traditional face paint, all fantastical piece of Wakanda magic. This pin is hard enamel, features bright blues and purples, is set on a highly polished died metal and measures 2”.


- Highly polished died metal.

- 2″ hard enamel pin.

- Has one posts on the back to secure the pin and prevent rotation during wear.

- Features an awesome scientist from Wakanda!

- This pin illustration is based on my original artwork.

- Stamped with “CosmicMedium” on the back.

- Photography props and backdrops not included.

  • Weight
    0.001 lbs
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