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Lions are commonly seen as the decorative elements in Judaica. They represent the tribe of Judah and are thought to be a symbol of strength.  Several objects in the museum's collection feature lions holding up tablets or crowns. This crown-shaped pin by Coral and Tusk is reminiscent of these designs. Each piece features a lion and two blue birds embroidered on wool/rayon felt with a steel pin affixed to the back. Made in New York City.
 
Coral and Tusk founder and designer Stephanie Housely is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. Now a textile designer who specializes in woven fabric, she spends several months every year in India designing textile collections. Housley started Coral and Tusk in 2007 with her husband, Chris Lacinak.
 
Felt
1-3/4" x 2-1/4"


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