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The Favorite Cat Enamel Pin

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Item # 80042858
The Favorite Cat Enamel Pin is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Description

This pin for cat fanciers features the handsome tabby that is the subject of The Favorite Cat, 1838–46, a hand-colored lithograph that was printed and published by Nathaniel Currier (American, 1813–1888).

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 lapel or a dozen on your bag to add a pop of color—and a taste of The Met collection.

This pin for cat fanciers features the handsome tabby that is the subject of The Favorite Cat, 1838–46, a hand-colored lithograph that was printed and published by Nathaniel Currier (American, 1813–1888).

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 lapel or a dozen on your bag to add a pop of color—and a taste of The Met collection.

Details
  • Stainless steel
  • Enamel
  • Clean with damp cloth and dry with soft, clean cloth
  • 1''L x 4/5''W
  • Imported
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Enamel Pins need instructions! Bought several of the cool little pins for gifts and self. Charming, but the clasp is unusual, if a more secure design...the problem is that if one tries to put it on, there is difficulty for the unprepared. Even with needle nose pliers and good hand strength, it's no go until the technique is discovered. The necessary steps are to pull up, push down and pull. This requires good close vision, fine motor control of both hands, and coordination. Poor disabled access and pin could be ruined by brute strength efforts. Glad I tried to put mine on before I gave one as a gift. Only recommend for the prepared. Reminiscent of the old Saturday Night Live fake ad for "TryOpenin" arthritis pills.
Date published: 2018-04-30
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