A very unique piece of Kenneth Jay Lane jewelry. This item is Lane's Aztec warrior pin that is very reminiscent of Hattie Carnegie's voodoo doctor pin. If I were to compare and contrast though I would definitely say that Lane's is the better item. This pin is fabulous being composed of a gold toned brushed metal finish as the foundation for the warrior's body. The pin's head dress is composed of seven prong set imitation pearls that look great. The top of the head is made up of a jade colored lucite and is followed closely by a row of awesome white rhinestones that seem to glow perfectly and are pave set in gold toned metal. The warrior man's face is composed of jade colored lucite with the eyes being white rhinestones bezel set into gold plated metal. The nose and mouth are composed of two bezel set white baguette gemstones. The warrior has imitation pearls in gold toned metal for the earrings and he is holding two scepters made up of gold toned metal with two tear drop shaped polished turquoise gemstones at the tips. The collar of the figural pin is also made of pave set tiny white rhinestones and the body and arms are made of an interesting gold toned metal design. The pins legs are made up of two coral colored glass beads and the feet are made of gold toned metal. The back of this item has the nice pin and clasp closure and the signature "Kenneth Lane" is in an oval cartouche on the back side as well. This warrior pin measures 2 1/4" long by 1 7/8" wide and is in fantastic condition with no wear or missing stones. A magnificent Kenneth Jay Lane Aztec warrior pin.