Rose Lapel Pin

Rose Lapel Pin

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Rose 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.

Warning: Cancer and reproductive harm.
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  • 5
    A Mothers Day Rose

    Posted by Lisa G on Aug 13th 2010

    When they arrived the pins were so cute for the price. I bought them as a special thank you for my son?â????s tutors who helped him through a difficult year. Since his tutors are all mothers I will give them these pins on Mother?â????s Day and I am sure that they will just love them!

  • 5
    Paint it Yellow!

    Posted by Betty P on Sep 15th 2009

    I am Bettye Pitcock and I am President Elect of the Auxiliary at our local hospital. On Sept 24, 2009 I will become the President. Each new Pres. choses a symbol for her year as president. I chose the yellow rose,however I was unable to afford the only one I found. Our computer
    guru went out on yhe web and found your company and there was an affordable rose even though it wasn!t yellow. We ordered 100 of them for the chairpersons of the 61 services. I still had my mind set on a yellow rose, so I bought a can of yellow paint {buttercup} and after setting them in a soft foam block I sprayed them yellow. I them took a small
    brush and painted the leaf and stem. I now have my yellow roses and they are beautiful. Thanks for having a product I could afford.I will be very proud to give out to my Chairpersons.

  • 5
    a Zonta tradition

    Posted by BW on Jun 10th 2008

    I am taking these pins to the Zonta International Convention in Rotterdam, Netherlands. It is a Zonta tradition to exchange pins from our Zonta club or area. They are often worn on a sash during the convention. The exchange is a great way to meet Zontians from all over the world.

    As my club does not have any pin, I decided to use the gold rose, as the yellow rose is the Zonta flower