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Haseltine Designs

I am presenting designs for rosettes that we often get from Societies to recognize our membership in an Organization or our Fellowship status.  The rosettes are designed for men's lapels as pins but do not do justice to women's clothing.  Further it is not uncommon to have more than several different rosettes.  These rosette collars provide an option to highlight the organization's rosette but to be interchangable.   They become a piece of jewelry.   They are 3-D printed and can be done in a multitude of materials.   I have made them in gold plate and sterling silver and various finished can be applied.  Rosettes are not included.
 
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