**All pins come packaged in a mesh pouch with lavender. Please let me know when you make your purchase if you have any allergies related to lavender. Thank you!
"Poison is in everything, and no thing is without poison. The dosage makes it either a poison or a remedy." --Paracelsus
Poisoning became a common means of murder in the Victorian era. Cyanide was readily available in common household paints and wallpapers, and its effects caused convulsions, cardiac arrest, and death in a matter of seconds. Besides Cyanide, Arsenic was the chief poison of the Victorian era. It was a tasteless, odorless compound and its effects were often mistaken for food poisoning (making murder harder to trace).
Pick your poison wisely for teatime ;-)
This is a hard enamel pin set attached by a 45mm chain.
-Hand measures 41mm wide
-Teacup measures 27mm wide