ALEXIS BITTAR Pave Embellished Hand Pin
  • KATE SPADE NEW YORK Rose Garden Brooch
    lordandtaylor.com
    Add a touch of glamour to your next special occasion with this brooch from Kate Spade New York. Crafted in a flower silhouette with bright pave accents, pin this piece on a simple cocktail dress for a gorgeous look. Flower silhouette with pave accents. Approximate measurements: 3" W x 4" L. Metal. Imported.
  • AQUA Paris Cluster Pin
    bloomingdales.com
    Play with the season's embellished trend in a chic new way with this feminine crystal pin from AQUA. Gold tone-plated metal/resin/glass. Imported. 1"L; 1.38" width. Pin closure. Nickel free. Photo may have been enlarged and/or enhanced.
  • Krista R Amulet brooch I
    boticca.com
    Inspired by Byzantine art, this unique brooch is made of vintage silk trim and antique lace, hand embroidered with metallic threads and bullions. Adorned with seed beads, small cameo image and chain fringes. Brooch fastens with a secure brooch pin and is backed with a golden leather. 5X19 cm.
  • LORD & TAYLOR Sterling Silver And Marcasite Crystal Round Pin
    lordandtaylor.com
    Sterling silver and marcasite crystal round pin. Item comes packaged in a classic Lord & Taylor gift box. 1.25"W. Nowhere but Lord & Taylor.
  • Aurelie Dellasanta The Super Hero brooch
    boticca.com
    This brooch refers to characters with super powers invented in popular science-fiction. The fact that this Super Hero is made of bones questions on the ephemeral and illusory aspect of life and beliefs about our timelessness. Each bone of the skeleton and the skull are hand-made in silver and are jointed with rings so they can move. The outfits are made of an aluminium black enamelled armour. The mask is in black painted silver. This piece is made with a brooch pin, closed with a pin protector in silver. Size: 8,5 × 4 × 1 cm. After several trips to India, I was really impressed by the omnipresence of death in this culture. This society accepts death like a natural process; it is perceived as part of humanity’s destiny, as a life’s cycle. Destruction, degradation is present everywhere and in every mind in daily life. During my contemplation of cremations, I realised that we are but small things on earth: only bones and ashes.
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