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Lalique "peace" pin presented to Edith Wilson in 1919

The work of the French jewelry and glass designer René Lalique, this pin was a gift to Mrs. Woodrow Wilson when she accompanied the president to the Paris Peace Conference following World War I. Mrs. Wilson donated the pin to the Smithsonian in 1953.

See also: First Ladies Collection, Glassware, Jewelry, World War I

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