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"Let's Move to the Mountains"
Teak Veneer
Mountain Brooch with white painted snow caps
Geometric shape, triangular

This brooch has a bit of a modern flair. Made by hand from beautiful teak wood veneer and hand-painted with white snow-caps for that beautiful mountain look. I grew up the first half of my life in Alaska and now reside in Colorado, I can't seem to get away from the mountains. Entice your loved one to move to the mountains with you with this sweet little pin. (or buy one for yourself, which is even better!)

Wear it pinned to a cardigan or a rugged flannel shirt, pin to a canvas shopper, or even stab it into your bulletin board to remind you of the beautiful mountains.

Each pin is cut from beautiful teak veneer, hand painted with white tips, and coated in a clear coat to strengthen the wood and help resist moisture, then a 1" pin back is epoxied on for optimal strength. As with all jewelry, best practice is to treat these brooches with a moderate amount of love and care.

You get:
1 handmade mountain pin


This Mountain Brooch comes affixed to a card and packaged in a clear plastic envelope, then lovingly wrapped in newsprint paper and tied with baker's twine.

Please note you will not receive the exact brooch pictured, but it will be the same size/shape and very similar.

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SALE Wood veneer Brooch Teak Mountain pin Rustic Modern Let's Move to the Mountains

$5.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: teak veneer, paint, clear coat, kraft cardstock
  • Feedback: 382 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Colorado, United States
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