Up for your consideration is this old lot of 14 world war 2 era japanese internment camp hand carved and hand made jewelry brooches and pins, all authentic and original and were all made in tule lake internment camp in the early 1940s. These pieces are very well made, and you can see the japanese took pride in the work they did. There were quite a few photos and documents in this estate about the internment camp, and we sold most of those last month, but we are still finding more, keep an eye on this site, and you may see some more.
JUSTINE LAI is an artist based in New York City. She holds degrees from Stanford University and Cranbrook Academy of Art.
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