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Takahashi Roadrunner Pin

Takahashi Roadrunner Pin
Item# 1013

Handcrafted Takahashi Roadrunner Pin Reproduction Notable award-winning wood carver and artist Jerry Simchuk has recreated the famed “Takahashi” birds. This roadrunner was hand carved and hand painted by Jerry and represents an exact duplicate of bird designs by Yoneguma and Kiyoka Takahashi. Mr. and Mrs. Takahashi learned the art and craft of bird carving while interned in Poston, Arizona during World War II and turned their skills into a successful family business that spanned over 40 years.

This roadrunner pin measures 3-1/8" x 1-1/2".


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