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MOD COROCRAFT BUTTERFLY PIN
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MOD COROCRAFT BUTTERFLY PIN
Item# FD-18363
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Shop Name: Metro Retro
Circa: 1960s
Designer: Coro
Description: MOD takes a spin in this wild Corocraft 60's butterfly pin. The focus is on the fabulous wings which are in hues of black, white, yellow, grey and orange. They are like Tiffany stain glass windows gone MOD Mondrian. For contrast, the upper wings are glossy, and the lower wings are more muted which adds to the 3-dimesion look. The body and antennae use black enamel. The whole pin rest upon a gold metal base which on the back has hatching running through it. This whole piece has been constructed with screws. To allow for more interesting angle placement of the brooch, the pin in the back wiggles. It also has Corocraft stamped in script upon it; Corocraft was the higher quality line of the company Coro. This whimsical butterfly is in excellent condition except for a little wear of color on the black enamel section. The wings are in mint condition. On the back one will find a few small spots and steaks of black enamel which comes from the original production of them.
Measurements:  Width is 2 3/4'', and length is 2''.
Condition Guidelines Condition: Very Good
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