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Penannular Circle Brooch Celtic Brooch Copper Pin Copper Penannular Brooch, Fibula Scarf Pin Shawl Pin, Closure

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A perfect pin to hold your scarf or shawl in place.
This pure copper scarf or shawl pin is one continuous piece of 12 gauge (approximately the thickness of a nickel) copper wire formed into a pin.
Used by the Celts, this pin style has endured over the centuries as a reliable and decorative closure.
Hammered copper, with coils at each end, prevent the pin portion from coming off and holds the fabric securely in place.
I have oxidized and tumbled the copper to a nice finish for a cheerful, organic look. The diameter of the focal pin is approximately 1-1/2 inches. The pin portion measures about 2-1/4 inches (See photo with the coin in it for a better size reference)
I would not recommend using this on tight knit fabrics such as silk due to the size of the pin.
***How to use: Open it by sliding the pin portion around to the small opening by the coils of the ring. Let the pin fall beneath the ring portion, and then pass the pin through the fabric you want to hold in place. Bring the pin back up through the opening by the coils and then rotate it around 90 degrees. The pin should be resting on the top of the ring with the fabric being held securely in place.
This item comes in a 3.5x3.5 white box ready for gift giving.
Please contact me for shipping out of the US.

For more items, visit my shop at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/DonnaJs?ref=si_shop
A perfect pin to hold your scarf or shawl in place.
This pure copper scarf or shawl pin is one continuous piece of 12 gauge (approximately the thickness of a nickel) copper wire formed into a pin.
Used by the Celts, this pin style has endured over the centuries as a reliable and decorative closure.
Hammered copper, with coils at each end, prevent the pin portion from coming off and holds the fabric securely in place.
I have oxidized and tumbled the copper to a nice finish for a cheerful, organic look. The diameter of the focal pin is approximately 1-1/2 inches. The pin portion measures about 2-1/4 inches (See photo with the coin in it for a better size reference)
I would not recommend using this on tight knit fabrics such as silk due to the size of the pin.
***How to use: Open it by sliding the pin portion around to the small opening by the coils of the ring. Let the pin fall beneath the ring portion, and then pass the pin through the fabric you want to hold in place. Bring the pin back up through the opening by the coils and then rotate it around 90 degrees. The pin should be resting on the top of the ring with the fabric being held securely in place.
This item comes in a 3.5x3.5 white box ready for gift giving.
Please contact me for shipping out of the US.

For more items, visit my shop at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/DonnaJs?ref=si_shop

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(491)
Reviewed by rBa
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 3, 2018
I got this as a Christmas gift for my mom and she LOVED it! The shop event worked with me to add an extra that she had. My mom wore it to our family's dinner that night and got many MANY compliments. Would highly recommend this shop and its items.
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Reviewed by tiwanda47
5 out of 5 stars
Oct 12, 2017
Wonderful selection of Christmas jewelry. My order came quickly and packaged well.
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Reviewed by lildahlia39
5 out of 5 stars
May 23, 2017
Looks better in person. Very pretty.
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Reviewed by m084261
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 24, 2017
Incredibly beautiful! Bought it as a gift to give to my friend along with a wrap I knitted for her. Now I want one for myself.
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Penannular Circle Brooch Celtic Brooch Copper Pin Copper Penannular Brooch, Fibula Scarf Pin Shawl Pin, Closure

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: copper wire, Pennular Circle, Copper Pin, Penannular
  • Feedback: 491 reviews
  • Favorited by: 7 people
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