BLACK NO. 1
For each "Little Miss Scare-All" ... a marriage of Bloody Kisses and October Rust.
This is a 1.25" cloisonné enamel pin.
Cloisonné pins have a royal history and a legacy of beauty. Dating back to the 13th century, the cloisonné process was first used in ancient China to create vases and other art for the Emperor. During the famous Ming Dynasty, bronze casting was taken to a new level and the cloisonné process, which is still used to create cloisonné lapel pins today, was perfected.