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Cinnamon Pin

Cinnamon Pin


Cinnamon Pin

Cinnamon Pin features the Cinnamon Stick spices floating in resin. I love to take gifts from nature and use them in my art.  Anise is another spice that I use in making wood jewelry. The process is to pick the best shape Cinnamon Sticks and cast them in blue epoxy resin. The block is then put on a wood lathe where I turn the casting into a cylinder that will fit the silver tone Brooch metal finding. Once the two pieces are together I dome the pin with clear epoxy which enhances the color and provides exceptional protection to the item.

Should be fun to have your friends guess what is in the Pin. I have yet to have someone identify the Cinnamon Stick.  When I tell them that it is Cinnamon they do get it, that is if they know what natural Natural Cinnamon looks like.  I didn’t until I saw it in a spice store and purchased some, not for cooking, but for jewelry.  I can’t cook to save myself, but I do make jewelry so I can eat.

The pin size is 1 1/4 inches in diameter.  This much smaller than a brooch Madeleine Albright wears.  Maybe if I send her one she will wear it.

Gift Idea

This is Perfect Chef Gift or someone who loves to cook or maybe eat.  Maybe you know a Madeleine Albright type and need a birthday gift for her.

If you like this Cinnamon Pin you may like other items in my store.  Take a look at the Anise Brooch.  Have not seen what you are looking for then jump over to my Etsy Shop.


Everything you see on my website is handmade by me.  Should you purchase an Alan Adler item it is an original piece designed by me at my studio bench in Montvale, NJ USA.  I do not sell any third party items.



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