Corona Lapel Pin [NMAAHC]
Corona Collection Inspired by The National Museum of African American History & Culture, Washington, D.C.
Representing the tiered-crown capital used in decorative Yoruban columns, the Corona (crown) is used as the building form to symbolize faith, hope, and resiliency. Designed by Architect David Adjaye.
For those dudes wanting to wear a little something extra to jazz up that jacket, this lapel pin is for you! Inspired by the exterior metal screen on the newest Smithsonian museum.
- Solid wood with protective finish (variations in grain will occur)
- Cast Acrylic in White or Black
- Brass top layer with anti-tarnish coating
- One piece pin-back
1.5" width, .75" height, 3/16" thick
All materials are coated with protective finishes to prolong life. Please take care when storing, and remove before showering or swimming.