This beautiful original art rabbit pin features a topographic line art design and a setting sun in brilliant red and orange hues.
This sun bunny enamel pin is a 1.5″ hard enamel gold pin. The design is based on my original artwork that shows a rabbit with a detailed topographic-like design with a sunset. The colors are reflective of the time of day and the brilliant colors often seen with Florida sunsets where the sky will appear to have multiple shades of oranges, reds and pinks.
This pin features two posts on the back for added stability due to the size, weight and balance of the artwork. Two posts will prevent the pin from rotating while you’re wearing it and keep it extra secure. This hard enamel pin is set on a high-polish gold-plated metal, it features two posts on the back to prevent rotation during wear and help in securing your pin to prevent loss.
PICK YOUR PIN BACK
I ship my pins with custom colored rubber pin backs by default. If you would like a locking (deluxe) metal pin back, please choose the Locking Pin Back option when you go to add the pin to your cart. All metal pin backs come in a color matching the base metal of the pin.
- Highly polished gold-plated metal.
- 1.5″ hard enamel pin.
- Stamped with "Alum & Ink" on the back.
- Features a red and orange rabbit with red, orange and gold accents.
- The sunset rabbit illustration is based on my original artwork.
- Comes mounted on a backing card and packed in a protective bag for protection.
- Photography props and backdrops not included.
Orders are mailed out in 1-3 business days, Monday through Friday. I ship to the United States, Canada and the UK using USPS first class with included tracking code. Your pin is personally inspected by me from the finish to the locking clutch, which is also tested. I then hand-polished your pin before it is placed onto a sturdy backing card, secured, then slipped into a cellophane bag and sealed.
Items usually arrive within 1-2 weeks in the United States. International orders may arrive in 2-4 weeks. Tracking codes may not be updated in real time once they leave the United States.