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More brooches to inspire you

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You really liked Rachel Goth’s recent look at the often overlooked jewellery workhorse – the brooch. So weekend manager Emily Jones has picked out a few more eye-catching examples.

 

brooch

Brass and copper 1950s brooch by Art Smith (from icollector.com)

 

silver brooch

Meniscus brooch by Susan Ewington

 

 

contemporary brooches

Sydney Lynch creates pins in 18k and 22k gold combined with sterling silver and bimetal, a specially prepared, double-layered sheet of 22k karat gold and silver.

 

comtemporary brooches

Emerge brooch – oxidised silver and 18k gold by Beverley Tadeu

Lots of jewellery techniques work well for brooches – Perspex, resin cabochons, metal clay (learn to solder the backs on), polymer clay, wire wrapping and silver to name just a few. Pick your favourite and get creative.

We regularly pin brooches we love to our dedicated Pinterest board, which you can follow here.