Degas Dancer Enamel Pin

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Item # 80042631
Price: 10$10.00
Member Price: 9$9.00
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Description

Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917) favored scenes of ballet dancers, laundresses, milliners, and other denizens of Paris. Our pin presents a detail from a drawing that he made about 1880.

We've looked all over the Museum (and even to the street outside) to find designs for our extremely collectible enamel pins. Put one on your label or a dozen on your bag to add a pop of color—and a taste of The Met collection.

Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917) favored scenes of ballet dancers, laundresses, milliners, and other denizens of Paris. Our pin presents a detail from a drawing that he made about 1880.

We've looked all over the Museum (and even to the street outside) to find designs for our extremely collectible enamel pins. Put one on your label or a dozen on your bag to add a pop of color—and a taste of The Met collection.

Details
  • Stainless steel
  • Enamel
  • 1 1/5''L x 4/5''W
  • Imported
  • Clean with damp cloth and dry with soft, clean cloth
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