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Jewelry

Jewelry by today's artists that reflects the days of Lewis & Clark.

 

 




Sterling silver Espontoon pin

Espontoon Pin

Meriwether Lewis's espontoon served as a walking stick, and in one case near the Great Falls of the Misouri, as a means of fending off a grizzly bear. This sterling silver pin attaches with two pinbacks and measures 3 inches long.
1 pin, $22.00.

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Sterling silver Beaver pin

 

Beaver Pin

The Expedition's journals documented the abundance of beaver living along the Missouri River and its tributaries, saying that they were found "in every bend." This sterling silver pin attaches with one pinback and measures 1 inch wide.
$40.00.

 

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Sterling silver "Muzzleloader pistol" pin

Muzzleloader Pistol Pin

The muzzleloader pin is crafted with sterling silver and represents a style of pistol used during the Expedition. Pin measures 2 inches long.
1 pin, $30.00.

 

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