This intricately molded celluloid pin is quite a survivor. It was made circa 1910 to 1915 and it still looks pretty darn good considering it's old plastic.
Celluloid came on the Victorian scene in 1869 and was widely used in the 1890 to 1917 period. This pin is molded with an openwork design. It includes a vase of detailed flowers...roses to be exact. The outline of the vase is mint green with raised nubs in the plastic.
Lower sides look like red peapods.
Pin measures 2 inches each way. The back has the original two-part imbedded ~C~ clasp.
A little bit of age-appropriate wear but overall, this pin is in remarkable condition.
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