Hattie Carnegie warrior Aztec pin from the 1960s. This little figural man is one of Hattie's most popular items. This piece has a gold tone brushed metal finish as the foundation for the warrior's body. The pin's head dress is composed of seven prong set coral colored glass beads with a speckled finish that looks great. Above these beads are six tiny white rhinestones also set in gold tone metal. The top of the head is made up of a celadon colored lucite and is followed closely by a row of awesome white rhinestones that seem to glow perfectly and are pave set in gold tone metal. The warrior man's face is composed of coral colored lucite with the eyes being set into a gold tone metal that also makes up the nose. The eyes are composed of two large white rhinestones. The warrior has green colored glass beads in gold tone metal for the earrings and he is holding two scepters made up of gold tone metal with two tear drop shaped green colored glass pieces 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 tone metal design. The pins legs are made up of two green colored glass beads and the feet are made of gold tone metal. This piece has a nice and secure pin and clasp closure and the signature "Hattie Carnegie" is on the back of one of the scepters on a small oval cartouche. This item was The measurements for this pin are 2 1/4" long by 1 3/4" wide and this piece is in excellent condition from head to toe.