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Apollos Enamel Pin Badge With Hematite

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A skilled hawk hides its talons. (Japanese Proverb)

This enamel hawk pin badge has a copper finish and is embellished with a hematite cabochon. In Greek mythology, hawks were sacred to the god Apollo. Apollo had hawks and crows as his messengers and in many myths, Apollo is transformed into a hawk.

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Copper may become tarnished over time. To polish, use lemon juice to wet the copper then sprinkle some table salt on the surface of the copper. Using a soft cloth, rub the copper piece to remove the tarnish. A pro tip is to sprinkle the salt on the cut half of the lemon and then rub the copper with the lemon. After a few minutes, the copper is going to be shiny and lustrous. Rinse and dry.

Made in: China

1.25" wide (3.5cm)
2 posts, black rubber clutches
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Amar&Riley is the design studio of Lydia Daum. She holds a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has been a professional designer since 2007. Her work is inspired by a life-long zeal for archeology, ancient art, and vintage design. She can play the accordion but can't whistle. She wears her granddad's glasses but looks just like her grandma. Amar&Riley was founded in Chicago in 2016. Lydia's husband Simon, also a SAIC grad, joined the fold in 2021. In 2022, they moved their life and life's work to beautiful Bellows Falls, Vermont.

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