1940s ceramic Elzac pin is a saloon dame with red cellophane bustline and head piece, red sequinned choker and earrings. She has a single red feather springing out of the head piece. Painted features include dark black hair and the closed-eye expression characteristic of Elzac, a California Pottery that produced a variety of whimsical ceramic figural pieces. Approximately 4" total height. Very good condition apart from some surface crazing and a chip in the back which does not affect structural integrity.