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Welcome to the beauty, history and art that is vintage jewelry. We buy and sell vintage rhinestone, costume, designer, bakelite and antique Georgian & Victorian jewelry, purses and accessories.
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All jewelry is in excellent vintage condition unless specified otherwise.  All items are subject to prior sale.
We work constantly to offer extensive jewelry research, pictures and information in our reference, " Jewel Chat " and gallery " Morning Glory Collects ". 
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Note: These items were photographed from private collections, and are for reference only. Most are not for sale, though you are welcome to ask if something strikes your fancy. Jewelry that is available to buy can be accessed by clicking HERE.
 

 
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OOD JEWELRY

One way to survive hard times is with wit... a sense of humor and an appreciation for the absurd. The 1930' to the 1950's, Depression years followed by war years, brought about some of the wittiest and most absurd jewelry of the 20th century, and some of the most fun to wear. Wood jewelry was either assembled, as the wood beads mixed with plastic, glass and other materials, or carved and painted, as the figural pieces shown below. Fashioned by both jewelry companies and home crafters, the designs seem endless and the creativity amazing.

 

 

   HASKELL early Hess wooden floret beads and glass seed beads coil bracelet. View showing the woven coil cover construction of the bracelet.  Closer views of beads. View   View   #H22088

    HASKELL Hess early unsigned dress clip with wood florets and green glass beads, 3".   View   #H26700

   WOOD, straw, coral and aqua beads 2-1/2" dress clip, probably Czech. View  A similar brooch is in "Amazing Gems".   #Y19780  

 

     HASKELL wooden bead bells and stars pin in blue, red, green and natural colors, 3". Clips and pins in this series came in various colors and designs and this one is particularly lush and long. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.   View   #H19700

    HASKELL early unsigned wooden beads pinecones pin, 3-1/2". Each pinecone is formed of graduated flat flower-shaped wood disks, capped by a black glass seed bead. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.   View  View    #H19832

   HASKELL Hess unsigned wooden beads and florets pin, 3".  View   #H26587   

 

     WOOD beads multi-color and white wooden 3" dress clip with floret beads at the top, very Haskell in it's style, but it could also be Czech.   View  #H20853

  WOODEN multi-colored beads 3-1/2" dress clip with green wooden leaves.   View   #w21708   

HASKELL early unsigned multi-colored wooden beads pin circa 1940, 2-1/3". A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.  View  #W23389

 

     WOOD red, green, blue and yellow beads in two sizes and shapes form this 2-1/3" pin.    View   #w19536        WOOD red, green, blue, yellow and natural pinecones bracelet with glass leaves on a gold tone chain, circa 1940, 8". Each pinecone is formed of many graduated flat flower-shaped wood disks, capped by a wood seed bead. This could be a Hess Haskell.   View   #w23936    HASKELL early unsigned 2" dress clip, wood and glass beads.   View    View    #H21874    

 

      WOODEN beads and flowers bracelet, red, blue gold cream and green, 7 by 1-1/4", and matching dress clips, 1-1/3". The two blue stations on the bracelet are pressed with a floral design. Circa 1935, probably Czech.  View   View  #w22174

WOODEN Suzanne Brand Made in Czechoslovakia multi-colored wooden beads purse with zipper top, circa 1935, 8" by 5". See a similar purse in Moro's European Designer Jewelry on page 188 and in "A Passion for Purses" by Higgins & Blaser on page 232. .  #P25403   
WOODEN Haskell and Czech jewelry and purse.

  WOOD balls necklace made of bells in red, blue, green and yellow and wood bead clappers, circa 1935, 15" by 7/8", strung on string.   View   #w34362

 

     WOODEN and glass beads clip in red, yellow and blue, clip back marked "Made in USA', 2-1/3".   View   #w27739

  WOOD and glass beaded brooch, 3-3/8" by 1-1/2" pin.   View

  WOOD multi-colored bead 2" pin.  View   #w23805 

 

    HASKELL Hess wood red and brown beads with green glass seed bead tips and green wood and seed bead bow top dress clip, circa 1930s, 2".   View   #w27310

    HASKELL early unsigned wooden beads and leaves necklace, 15" by 2".   View    View   #H25068

    HASKELL Hess wood beads dress clip with green glass seed bead finials and green wooden leaves, circa 1930, wonderful colors, 2-1/8".  View   #w21534 

 

  
  HASKELL wood red and natural beads mushrooms brooch, 3-7/8". This is a nice example of the creative way Frank Hess used differently shaped beads and elements. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.   View   #W26091     WOOD round ball-shaped beads with colored seed beads and links 7" bracelet. HASKELL Hess early unsigned natural and colored wooden beads, stars and bells bracelet, circa 1940, 6-1/2" relaxed size by about 2-1/3" at front and 1-1/4" at the back. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.    #H31460

 

    CZECH natural wooden seed bead coil bracelet with multi-colored dyed wood bead ends in red, yellow, blue, orange, 8" by 1/2".   View   View    #w26608

     CZECH natural beads with multi-colored wood seed beads necklace in red, blue, green, circa 1930, 17". The three multi-colored beads are comprised of small wood beads woven over a red color larger center bead, really lovely.   View   View  #w26607

     CZECH wooden natural and stained multi-colored bead 8" bracelet circa 1930. Elements include flat flower-shaped disks, round beads and glass seed beads in lovely colors.  See a similar bracelet in Moro's European Designer Jewelry on page 187.     #w23804

 

  WOOD round acorn-shaped beads with colored caps and spacer beads 16" necklace .  #w22877

   WOODEN multi-colored acorns brooch, 4-1/4".  View   #w24293

  WOODEN green and brown acorns strung on a 14" gold tone chain.   #w21598

 

  WOODEN multi-colored olives and green leaves pin with olives in red, blue, yellow and brown, 3-5/8". One tiny black glass seed bead is missing from the bottom of one yellow olive.  View   #w25375

WOOD carved leaves and pinecone dangles brooch on a wooden carved log, this is a large one at 4-5/8" long, circa 1940.    #w65226

WOOD red berries brooch with brown leaves, 2".  View   #w25404

 

WOOD acorns and green leaves brooch, circa1935, 3". Both Cathy Gordon and I believe this is a Czech piece and not an early Hess Haskell.   View   #w33553 ACORN necklace with green wood leaves, 15" long with about 1" acorns and leaves. Lush and lovely, a forest nymph could wear this one. Both Cathy Gordon and I believe this is a Czech piece and not an early Hess Haskell.   View   View   #H34052  WOOD brooch with aqua and red flowers dangling from a branch, circa 1940, 4" by 4".   View   #W33692

 

CZECH wooden bead pin with red bead center, wood florets and glass seed beads, 1-7/8", marked on the back CzechoSlovakia".   View   #w29115 WOOD brown bell shapes with multi-colored clappers and green leaves, 4".   View   #w25408     CZECH wooden multi-colored round 1-1/3" pin.  View   #w24882

 

   
       WOODEN branch, acorns and oak leaves 2-3/4" by 3-1/3" pin.    View   #w11496      LUCITE leaves and wooden flower brooch with red glass cabochon center, 3-1/4".   View   #w26623   WOOD real pine cones and pods pin circa 1940, 4-3/4".  View   #W25987

 

WOOD bells necklace with green plastic leaves all strung on a brown cord, 15-1/2".   #w63093 WOOD bells bracelet with green plastic leaves strung on a celluloid chain, circa 1950, 8".    #W61409 WOOD carved flower necklace with gold tone chain fittings and wooden links, 17" long chain and flower pendant 2-1/3".  View   #w36792

 

HASKELL unsigned dyed wood beads and bells pin, 2".   View   #H27761     WOOD florets, rolled paper and glass beads heart shaped brooch, 2".   View   #w29108    WOODEN 2-1/2" multi-colored wooden beads dress clip, probably Czech.   View   #w19535

 

WOOD necklace of bells with aqua tiny plastic flowers inside all strung on woven leather, circa 1950, choker length of 15".    #w61191   WOOD and bakelite carved hinged bangle with gold tone wire twist accent, circa 1950, 6-1/4" by 1-1/4" wide at the front and 1" at the back.   View   #w61146  WOOD, Lucite and brass lady face brooch, 4-5/8".   View   #w33734

 

This small feature describes the shortage of jewelry making materials during World War II. Times were tough, but it resulted in some whimsical jewelry to create cheer in an inexpensive way.

This advertisement from March 16, 1942, tells about the materials shortages during WWII, and the resulting materials from which jewelry could have been made of during that time. They call it "junk jewelry" but I think it is fun and whimsical! Materials like tin, copper, aluminum, chrome, nickel, and iridium were needed for the war efforts, so the jewelry makers were using wood, raffia, felt, clay and glass.

It also mentions the extensive use of sterling in costume jewelry, and the fact that rhinestones and glass from overseas, including CzechoSlovakia, were running very low. Wood, felt, clay and straw were both available and fun.. It seems that as of the date of the ad, sterling was still being used in jewelry, too, but it was costly.

Some of this whimsical jewelry can be seen on this page.

 

TIME Magazine 1942
This ad shows red felt lips clutching a pink felt rose and other pieces.

JUNK JEWELRY, 1942 STYLE

 

 

 

 

WOOD bamboo bar pin with wood bell dangles and red, yellow and black beads, circa 1950, 2-5/8" wide and 2-3/4" long.    View   #w63378

RED wood bells necklace and pin with white plastic flowers, cord ties on the necklace, necklace 27" long and about 1" wide, brooch 3".  While the way this is assembled looks a bit like Haskell, I think it is just as likely to be a Czech set.  View   #H36099

WOOD carved, pierced and painted friendly Swiss guide brooch circa 1950, 2".   View   #w63159

 

LUCITE and wood figural lizard brooch, nicely reverse carved, 2-5/8".   View    #w34255 WOOD Seattle Washington souvenir totem figural brooch with wizard's cap, eye, horseshoe, cornucopia, all hand painted, 3" by 3/4". This has the most amazing detail but there is some chipping in the paint.   View    #w64398 WOOD chatelaine figural brooch with sailboat towing a canoe, sail boat 2-1/2" canoe 1-1/4".   View    #w64383

 

   

WOOD carved figural native face brooch with leather turban and brass neck bands and earrings, circa 1950, 2-1/2" by 1-3/4". A similar piece can be seen on page 46 of "Wooden Jewelry" book by Mary Jo Izard.   View   #w61317

WOOD figural native with headdress brooch, blue, green, red and brass beads and straw topknot, 4".   View   #W61371

WOOD and Lucite figural cat and dog brooch, 3".   View   #w61550

 

WOOD figural Mexican man and donkey carved and painted figural brooch, 3". This wonderful old piece can be seen on page 90 of the "Wooden Jewelry" book by Mary Jo Izard.   View   #w64392 WOOD figural exotic face and headdress figural brooch with metal earrings, felt feathers, painted features, 3-1/2. A similar piece can be seen on page 45 of "Wooden Jewelry" book by Mary Jo Izard but this brooch has more detail.   View  #w64399 WOOD figural exotic native face figural brooch with green plastic earrings and hand painted details, 3 1/2" by 1-3/4". View  #w12972

 

WOOD and carved Lucite birds on a branch brooch with red painted eyes, 3".   View   #w64364 WOOD and carved Lucite figural lamb brooch with a bow at his neck and hand painted features, 2-5/8".   View   #w64365 WOOD and golden tinted Lucite large leaf brooch, beautifully carved, 3-3/4". This same piece is in the book "Bakelite Pins" by Karima Parry, page 135.   View   #w64370

 

WOODEN carved hinged bangle with horse head and glass eyes, see on the cover and on page 31 of "Wooden Jewelry" by Mary Jo Izard, 6-1/3" by 1". This is a rare piece of circa 1940 wood jewelry and can be seen in the book "Wooden Jewelry" by Mary Jo Izard on page 31.  View   View   #w61011 WOOD carved and painted hinged bangle bracelet, Mexican scene with amazing detail, a very rare piece, 6-7/8" by 1".   View  View   View   View   #w33402 WOODEN carved pine boughs and pine cones strung on gold tone chain necklace, 16-1/2" by 2".   View   #w31822

 

WOOD carved and painted hinged bangle figural bracelet, Scottie resting his chin on his paw, circa 1950, 6-1/4" by 7/8" by 1-1/2" tall at ears. His eyes are white but may have had a painted iris at one time, his tongue is red and there are pastel yellow and green stripes beneath his paws. This is the very best of 50s wooden jewelry.     View   View   #w33403 WOOD carved and painted hinged square bangle bracelet, Scottie with his bone, circa 1950, 6-1/2" by 1". His collar is painted red, his eyes are black and yellow and his bone is attached with a purple twine. This is the very best of 50s wooden jewelry.   #w33404   WOOD figural carved and painted hinged peacock bangle bracelet, a very rare piece, 6-1/2" by 1" by 1-3/4" tall at head.   View   View   View   #w33405

 

WOOD Scotty brooch with yellow painted bow, 3".   View   #w63094 WOOD carved and painted figural Cocker Spaniel dogs brooch, 2-5/8".  View   #w64377 WOOD carved figural Cocker Spaniel dog brooch with red painted bow, 2-3/4".  View   #w64379

 

WOOD carved hinged bangle with horse head and glass eyes, see on the cover and on page 31 of "Wooden Jewelry" by Mary Jo Izard, 6-1/3" by 1".   View   #w33400  WOOD horse brooch with reins, a black mane and tail and a painted eye, 3".   View   #w33422  WOOD horse head brooch in Lucite oval with metal brads and a glass eye, circa 1950, 2-3/4". This is shown in Izard's "Wooden Jewelry" page 77.   View   #w33356

 

WOOD carved bucking bronco horse brooch with reverse carved apple juice saddle, 3".  View   #w64378  WOOD horse head pin with 3 dangling boot charms, 2-1/3" by 3".   #w63832 WOOD carved bucking bronco horse brooch with carved celluloid saddle, 3".    View   #w64036

 

WOOD saddle brooch with lasso and stirrups, painted details and three dimensional, circa 1950, 2" by 3".  View   #w61091 WOOD carved and painted hinged bangle bracelet, horse head, 6-5/8" by 3/4".    View   #w33401 WOOD trotting horse brooch with lightly painted details circa 1950, 2-3/4".  View   #w33355

 

WOOD bucking horse brooch with cream plastic saddle circa 1950, 3". This piece can be seen on page 79 of "Wooden Jewelry" book by Mary Jo Izard.   View   #w33959 WOOD carved flower brooch with deep carving, 3-5/8".   View   #W61411  WOOD horse head dress clip with glass eye and red reins, 2-1/8". A brooch similar to this can be seen in the book "Wooden Jewelry" by Mary Jo Izard on page 11.  View   #w33960

 

WOOD carved horse head brooch with yellow glass eye, leather reins, 3-1/3".   View   #w64381 WOOD horse head brooch with brown reins, painted features, glass eye, 3".  View   #w64389 WOOD horse head brooch with brown-blue reins, painted features, glass eye, 3".   View   #w64390

 

   WOODEN carved and painted "King of the Jungle" pin.    View  #w14002

  WOOD carved and painted English rider 2 3/4" pin.    View   #w13519

WOOD  carved and painted football player and ball chatelaine pin with painted detail, 2 1/2".    View   #w14013

 

WOODEN MEXICAN man 3-1/2" pin carved and painted.   View   #w13275

     COWBOY wooden and leather pin, painted and carved with leather chaps, rope shows some wear… but he's a HUGE 4 1/2".  View  #w12975  

   WOOD Mexican three-hat pin, 2.25" with red, yellow and green thread.    View     #w10572

 

    WOOD sombrero and boots dangle pin, 2-1/4" by 4".     View  #w13093

   WOOD couple dancing pin with painted green details, 2-1/2".    View  #w14873

   WOOD SHOES pin with painted trim and red laces, 3".    View  #w15248

 

EXOTIC black wooden carved face lady head brooch with swirling Lucite bonnet and clear rhinestone accents, 4".   View   #w63927 WOOD and root beer colored celluloid cameo brooch with hand carved oval frame, 2-7/8" by 2-1/4".  View   #w64038  WOOD carved face lady head brooch with swirling pink tinted Lucite bonnet and clear rhinestone accents, 4".   View   View   #w64037 

 

WOOD and brown bakelite turtle brooch, 3".   View   #w64362 BAKELITE green fish brooch on carved wood backing, glass eye, nicely carved, 2-3/4".   View    #B63122 BAKELITE and wood turtle dress clip, 2".    View   #B64026  

 

WOOD and carved Lucite moth brooch, antennae with spots of coating missing, 3" wide. This piece is in the book "Bakelite Pins" by Karima Parry, page 135.    View   #w64366 WOOD and red bakelite roosters brooch, 3". This is the piece in the book, "Bakelite Pins" by Karima Parry page 117.  View   #w64371 WOOD base or guitar musical instrument with hand painted pink painted flowers and metal strings, 3-7/8" by 1-5/8".   View   #w64374

 

WOOD and green marbled bakelite bar brooch, 4".  View   #w64367 WOOD and green marbled bakelite brooch, Duette like, 3-1/2".   View   #w64368 WOOD and reverse carved Lucite sailfish brooch with glass eye, 3-1/4".  View   #w64372

 

WOOD carved swordfish brooch with pea green bakelite back, 4-3/4".   View   #w61627 WOOD bird duette-look brooch with painted details in red, green, yellow and white, 3-1/2".   View   #w61888 WOOD saber brooch with gold tone clad hilt, a large showy 5".    View   #w61626

 

WOOD swan brooch and green carved wing, c. 1930s, cracks on back that do not go through, 2-3/4".   View   View   #w60007 WOODEN leaves and bells brooch, 3" by 2-1/2".   View   #w60006 WOODEN carved wings and Galalith bird brooch, circa 1930s, 3-1/8" by 1-3/4".   View   #w60008

 

PAINTED creamy white dog pin with black leather ears and black and yellow painted eyes, 3". There is crazing in the paint if you look closely but it is stable and none is missing.  View    #w63367  WOOD nut carved brooch with red, blue and white plastic Scotty dogs, nut slices with a laminated back, 2-1/2".   View   #w64394 WOOD and carved cream Galalith fish brooch with glass eye, 2-5/8".   View   #w64363 

 

  WOOD BULL head pin 4-1/2" with fuzzy hair, glass eyes and green felt ears.  View  #w13277

WOOD BULL 4-1/2" head pin with furry mane and leather ears, glued and riveted pin back.  A similar piece can be seen on page 74 of "Wooden Jewelry" book by Mary Jo Izard. View   #w13278

    WOOD elephant pin with painted details, 2 3/4".    View   #w13029

 

     WOOD carved sailor head pin with painted face, felt collar, circa 1935-40,  2 3/4". Similar piece seen in Christie Romero's "Warman's Jewelry, 2nd Ed, page 147, and in Mary Jo Izard's "Wood Jewelry" book on page 93.    View   #w14773

    SAILOR pin in bakelite and wood with painted accents, circa 1940-45. This same brooch was pictured in Christie Romero's "Warman's Jewelry, 2nd Ed, page 147.  View    #B13642

   MILITARY MAN 2 1/2" pin, deeply carved and painted… a wonderful vintage  WWII piece.  View  #w12977

 

WOOD and reverse carved and painted Lucite stretch bracelet and pendant, circa 1950. The bracelet relaxed size is 6" with 2" front and 1" band. The pendant is 2-1/2" and has no chain with it. Circa 1950, these are in very good vintage condition with few signs of wear.  View   View   #w35987 WOOD carved dog Cocker Spaniel brooch with red painted bow, what a charmer, 2-1/3".   View   #w62537   WOOD google eye sailor pin with jointed legs, painted details, circa 1945, 3".   View   #w62165

 

WOOD composite smoking Mexican man brooch with sombrero and painted features, plastic pin back, 2-1/2".  View   #w64400 WOOD pressed wood squirrel with painted blue eyes, brooch, 3-1/3". The wood grain is so nice in this brooch and the eyes are hand painted.   View    64397#w WOOD and Lucite horse head brooch with a whimsical coy expression, 3".      View    #w62830

 

   WOOD face pin with painted red lips, brass eyes and earrings, 3 1/3".   View   #w13028 

 WOOD native face pin with green plastic earrings, painted detail, 3 1/2".    View   #w12972

     WOOD  native face pin with painted lips and brass earrings, 3".    View   #w14811

 

     WOOD painted polka dotted fawn pin, 3 1/8".   View   #w13091

     WOODEN painted Scotty pin with glass eye, 2 1/4".    View   #w13089

      WOOD SCOTTIE carved and painted 3-1/3" pin with rhinestones… a real cutie!  View   #w13085

 

  WOOD banjo pin with tortoise colored plastic, brass tacks and wire strings, 4-1/4" by 1-5/8".  View   #w13280

  WOOD and bakelite radishes pin with painted stems, 2-1/4". This pin is shown in Wassertrom & Pina "Bakelite Jewelry", page 135.   View   #w13440

  WOOD bird pin with Lucite wings, 3-1/2".  

 

   WOOD and bakelite  chipmunk pin, 2-1/2" by 2-1/4".    View

   BAKELITE 2" fox in a wooden log brooch.This is the piece in the book, "Bakelite Pins" by Karima Parry page 118.   View    #B14005

   BAKELITE and wood  carved apple juice turtle pin, 2-1/2".   View   #B22876

 

   WOODEN and leather heart and arrow brooch with red painted details, 3-1/8".   View   #w26626   WOODEN  painted fantasy bird brooch 2-3/4".  View   #w26625     WOOD traffic signs necklace strung on celluloid, 17".     View   View  #w12987

 

   SCOTTIES wooden carved pair pin, circa 1945, 2-1/2".   View   #w28746     WOOD and plastic multi-colored carved layered pin, 3-5/8".   View   View   #w16686    SCOTTY wooden carved Scotty pin, circa 1945, 2-1/2".   View   #w28747

 

WOOD carved lovebirds dress clip with glass eyes, 2-1/4".  View   #w64382 WOOD and Lucite carved painted bird brooch with red and blue details, 2". This piece can be seen on page 65 of "Wooden Jewelry" book by Mary Jo Izard.     View   #w64526 WOOD owl brooch with yellow painted eyes, 2-5/8".  View   #w64395

 

  JAPANESE lady carved wooden brooch, a great size at 4-1/2".   View   #w28372        VRBA cream and green glass leaves flowers, green rhinestones and wooden disks brooch, 5". View #K26581     WOOD Lucite reverse carved and wood carved lizard brooch, 2-1/3".  View   #w31125

 

WOOD bangles with silver inlay design, one bangle is 2-1/2" by 5/8" by 1/3" and the other is 2-1/2" by 3/4" by 1/3". Your choice of either bangle.  View   #w64373  WOOD and Lucite carved strawberry brooch, 2-5/8".  View   #w64369  WOOD black olive-shaped beads brooch with cream plastic flowers, 3-1/2".  View   #w64375 

 

  WOODEN duck pressed and painted articulated three piece pin, 2-1/3". Each of the three pieces is pegged together so that they swing free of each other as you move, making them whimsical and charming like most wooden jewelry.  View   View   #w61009   WOODEN pressed and painted articulated pin, frog with ice cream, 2-1/4". Each of the three pieces is pegged together so that they swing free of each other as you move, making them whimsical and charming like most wooden jewelry.   View   #w61012 WOODEN pressed and painted articulated snake pin, 2-1/2". Each of the three pieces is pegged together so that they swing free of each other as you move, making them whimsical and charming like most wooden jewelry.   #w61010

 

WOODEN pressed and painted articulated pin, bear with heart, 2-1/2". Each of the three pieces is pegged together so that they swing free of each other as you move, making them whimsical and charming like most wooden jewelry.   #w61014   WOODEN pressed and painted articulated pin, cat, 2-3/4". Each of the three pieces is pegged together so that they swing free of each other as you move, making them whimsical and charming like most wooden jewelry.   #w61015 WOODEN pressed and painted articulated pin, doggy and bone, 2-1/3". Each of the three pieces is pegged together so that they swing free of each other as you move, making them whimsical and charming like most wooden jewelry.   #w61016

 

WOODEN pressed and painted articulated pin, jumping horse, 3". Each of the three pieces is pegged together so that they swing free of each other as you move, making them whimsical and charming like most wooden jewelry.   View   #w61017   WOODEN pressed and painted rooster head pin, 2-1/4". Each of the three pieces is pegged together so that they swing free of each other as you move, making them whimsical and charming like most wooden jewelry.   View   #w61018 WOODEN pressed and painted articulated pins.  #w61018all

 

 
WOODEN pressed and painted steer head pin, 2".   #w61008 WOODEN pressed and painted articulated pin, standing rooster, 2". Each of the three pieces is pegged together so that they swing free of each other as you move, making them whimsical and charming like most wooden jewelry.   #w61013  

 

     
     


 

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