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This creation is part of my "Dream Garden" collection. The delicate forms of this beautiful heirloom piece, weaves the bronze into wonderful floral vines. This brooch / pin is intended to represent the enduring love shared by soulmates.


Inspired by those moments when the presence of nature invokes a deep sense of being connected and protected. When the mind becomes a servant to love. The Dream Garden reflects the love around us into the present moment. This is "Unison".


The majestic bronze contains a medium patina (oxidization) with a silky smooth satin finish applied to the embellishments. For those special times, a gift of flowers is a gesture of beauty. When those flowers are set in bronze, the gift becomes a gesture of eternal love!


Width: 4.7 cm / 1.85"
Length: 4.1 cm / 1.61”
Weight: 10.38 gr / 0.36 oz


The Celtic brooch or penannular brooch is a type of brooch clothes fastener. They are especially associated with the beginning of the early medieval period in Ireland and Britain. They are some of the most significant objects in high-quality secular metalwork from early medieval Celtic art.

How to fasten a pennaular brooch:
The pin is pushed through folds of the cloth (the larger the pin, the more loose the weave should be to avoid damage to the cloth), which are then pulled back inside the ring; the free end of the pin passes through the gap in the ring. The pin is then rotated around the ring by 90 degrees or so, so that as long as the pin is held down by slight pressure it cannot escape over the terminals, and the fastening is secure.

Dream Garden - Unison - Bronze Penannular Brooch

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