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Enzu Enamel Pin

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$18

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Enzu Enamel Pin

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$18

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Workers are paid a living wage; no child labour or human trafficking is involved in the production of the collection; the factory is compliant with all local environmental regulations.

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At least 1% of this brand’s sales go to a charity partner.

A cow-year, a sad year; a bull-year, a glad year. —Dutch Proverb

This bull pin has a black finish and rose quartz cabochon. Inspired by the bull-headed Lyres of Ur, discovered in 1929 in an ancient Mesopotamian burial site. Enzu or Zuen ("Lord of Wisdom") in Sumerian, is the ancient Mesopotamian god of the Moon.
Clean gently with a soft, damp cloth when needed.
1.5" tall (3.8cm)
2 posts, black rubber clutches
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Meet The Designer

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 passion 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. Lydia lives in Chicago with her husband and occasionally her neighbor's cat.

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