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Vintage Peace Sign Pendant, ca. 1970s

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You can tell this late 1960s to early 1970s peace sign pendant wasn't made by a skilled artisan. It's rough in its execution and has some visible flaws. But I definitely feel that's part of its charm. I imagine it could have been some young person's project in art class, and I'm guessing they didn't get an "A" on it. But you also get a sense of the love that went into making it.

I bought this pendant when I was a teenager myself, from the vintage shop near the university where I would hang around after school. I used to pin it on my denim coat or sometimes wear it as a necklace. The beads shown in the pictures aren't original to the pendant. I just threw them together at some point when I was in college. They aren't for sale, but if you buy the pendant and you really want the beads, just put a note on your order and you can have them.

The pendant measures 2 1/4" long x at 1 1/4" widest. Condition is excellent, with no damage. The finish has dulled somewhat over the years, but I think it probably looks better weathered than polished.

Vintage Peace Sign Pendant, ca. 1970s