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Land of the Hummingbird Pin

Artisan Pins

We chose not to categorize these hand crafted works of art under a Lapel Pin label because our clients have exercised their Freedom of Expression to show their Personal Style.

These pins are made and casted in different materials inspired by the region around them.

The pins have been used to fasten clothing pieces, in hats, on bags and of coarse Lapels.  You can be rebellious and find a new way or ways to show off your pin.

Land of the Hummingbird Pin

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Land of the Hummingbird Pin

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I have always been fascinated with the grace and beauty of this stunning bird.  We chose to hand craft and cast the bird in its most beautiful pose to forever capture the hummingbird in all its glory.  All the details from concept to the final product are done by hand in Brooklyn, New York.

All are products are lead free.

 

Why are hummingbirds important to the environment?

Hummingbirds are pollinators, and some plants have evolved long, tubular flowers to take advantage of hummingbirds' specialized method of sipping nectar. Native honeysuckles, penstemon, salvias, and other plants rely heavily on visits from hummingbirds for their own reproduction, as hummingbirds inadvertently collect pollen on their feathers and bill while feeding, and carry the pollen to the next flower.

According to Birdlife International, 47 species of hummingbirds are threatened, endangered, or vulnerable. Hummingbird habitat in North, Central, and South America is being lost to development and fragmentation, as well as to the exploitation of forested regions for the production of wood, coffee, and other crops. All of these changes negatively impact hummingbird populations.

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