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Beauty Abounding Victorian Maiden Broach or Pin

An Artisan Brooch, Combined with, beautiful shades of rainbow Beads, surrounding a pretty young maiden . . .

The term tussie-mussie comes from the reign of Queen Victoria (1837–1901), when the small bouquets became a popular fashion accessory, carried by fashionable ladies. Typically, tussie-mussies include floral symbolism from the language of flowers, and therefore may be used to send a message to the recipient.

The Victorians turned flower giving into an art. It was common practice at the beginning of a courtship for suitors to give their intended a tussie-musssie. When given by an admirer, a nosegay became a vehicle for the floral "language of love" As well . . . . a red tulip was a declaration of love; a sprig of dogwood returned by the young lady was a sign of indifference; a variegated pink meant that she rejected her suitor's affection.

I hope you will love these as much as I, I wear mine, all the time, I wear only dresses, and each time I wear a pretty Posey, someone compliments me. If you are a girly girl, who loves looking like a woman, I am sure you will treasure my Tussie Mussies . . . I have included several today, and as I make them all the time . . . I am sure more will be added, enjoy!

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Beauty Abounding Victorian Maiden Broach or Pin


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