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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.
1-3/4" x 2-1/4"

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