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Vintage White Ceramic Push Pins "JUST KEEP SWIMMING" (c.1940s) - ThirdShift Vintage
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Vintage White Ceramic Push Pins "JUST KEEP SWIMMING" (c.1940s) - ThirdShift Vintage Vintage White Ceramic Push Pins "JUST KEEP SWIMMING" (c.1940s) - ThirdShift Vintage Vintage White Ceramic Push Pins "JUST KEEP SWIMMING" (c.1940s) - ThirdShift Vintage

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Vintage White Ceramic Push Pins "JUST KEEP SWIMMING" (c.1940s)

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Just Keep Swimming...
Just Keep Swimming...
Swimming...
Swimming...
Swimming...

Those hot Summer days, and nothing quite as cool as swimming in the pool! Use this set of push pins to help you remember!

Use the pins on your bulletin board to hold photos, to-do lists, and Summer wish notes. The pins would also work very well for altered art projects. If you desire, cut the pin off the back of the letters and use the ceramic letters in your art work, or even just stand the letters on a shelf for a whimsical display. And, if you don't want the letters to be white, you can paint them! So many uses!

We have more ceramic push pins available in our shop - choose just the ones you need.

ITEM CONDITION
This set of ceramic pins are in good vintage condition. The ceramic is strong with no breaks or cracks, just mild wear from use, as shown. The pins are cast into the ceramic and are not loose. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.

LISTING INCLUDES
- 16 White Ceramic Push Pins that spell "JUST KEEP SWIMMING" (as shown)

PRODUCT DETAILS
- Product Material: Ceramic, Metal
- Product Color: White
- Product Dimensions: 3/4" tall x 3/8" thick

 


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