Green Carnation Lapel Pin
Let's face it - Throughout the centuries it hasn't always been easy to be gay!
This meant that the queer community had to exist in secret, while using symbols to let other queer folk know they were around.
One such symbol was the Green Carnation. Oscar Wild was known to wear this symbol along with close associates to identify one another. Later, it was widely adopted by the LGBTQIA+ community as a symbol of pride!
This pin is part of the Queer History collaboration collection between Bendigo Artist Dan Cox and Jubly-Umph.
This colourful, gold-backed, hard enamel lapel pin comes beautifully presented on a Jubly-Umph backing card. It is one of a limited edition.
- Limited edition
- Hard enamel
- 40mm in Height
- RRP $16.95