Green Clover Lapel Pin

Green Clover Lapel Pin

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Green Clover Lapel Pin
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None of our products are intended to be used by children. The small parts and makeup of our products is not intended for those 13 and under. uses many different materials including lead-free pewter, zinc, copper, aluminum, nickel, brass, and others. Due to the custom nature of our work and the wide variety of finishing techniques employed in producing our products we can not economically test each individual product for compliance with prop 65. Therefore we choose to place Prop 65 warnings on all our products when shipping to California.

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  • 4
    Clover lapel Pin

    Posted by Bill on Mar 2nd 2012

    I'm a guy that buys lapel pins every year and give them away to friends ,teachers and anyone i feel like . This pin was smaller than I usually get but people love it .

  • 5
    Green Clover Lapel Pin

    Posted by Philip J. Unser on Mar 21st 2011

    Often on St Patty's day individual golfers forget to wear green. This year I provided the Association with enough green for everyone and I have been told that rubbing the Clover before putting has helped.

  • 5
    Cloverleaf Quilters

    Posted by Rhonda on Oct 31st 2008

    A small quilt club with 8 members was started in October 2003 on Cloverleaf Road. It was named Cloverleaf Quilters. A Shamrock Lapel pin is given to each new member. It is worn to each meeting and all quilting shopping spress.

  • 5
    Shamrock Lapel Pin

    Posted by Fr. Raymond Kasch on May 27th 2008

    We are St. Patrick's Church and are starting a Brotherhood of St. Patrick with men that are committed to prayer, worship, evangelism and service. We chose these lapel pins to give to our members as a sign of the brotherhood.