'Go fly a kite' was once the polite way to say 'get lost'. It was also a popular song of the same name (lyrics by Johnny Burke), sung by Bing Crosby in "The Star Maker" (1939): Go fly a kite and tie your troubles to the tail They'll be blown away by a merry gale, Go fly a kite and toss your worries to the wind And they won't come back, they'll be too chagrined.
This is a kite that everyone will like. It flies with its long tail...no wind necessary. This vintage kite is made of solid sterling silver. It pins to your jacket, coat, sweater, shirt, scarf, hat...flying in a Modernist style.
This designer pin is signed KOPMENTZA 925. It measures 7/8 inch across by 5 1/2 inches long. It weighs 14.3 grams. The back has a secure rollover clasp. It's in excellent vintage condition.
You really should go fly a kite...just to reconnect with your playful inner child. And don't forget to wear this pin.
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