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The nutcracker was invented by Henry Quackenbush in 1878. In 1913, he patented the spring-jointed nutcracker. Celebrate the holidays with our nutcracker lapel pin! Hand-cast in solid, lead-free pewter, each of our pins is an original three dimensional sculpture signed by the artist, Jim Clift. Our pins arrive packaged on one of our signature presentation cards, making them ready for gift-giving! Handcrafted in our studio in Coventry, RI, our pins are 100% US made.
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