Dark Ages Plain Iron Cloak Pin

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$35.00

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This large, rustic cloak pin has been forged in iron by hand, exactly like the ones of old. Features a pointed stem.  Also available in twisted iron.
  • Diameter: 3"
  • Stem: 3-1/2"

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