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Waratah Brooch in Red Mirror and Swirly Green Acrylic

Waratah Brooch in Red Mirror and Swirly Green Acrylic

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Length: 5.6 Centimeters
  • Width: 5.7 Centimeters
  • Material: Plastic, Stainless steel
  • Favorited by: 103 people
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From Australia
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Description

The Waratah, or the Telopea, is a wonderful Australian shrub known for it's large, bright red flowers.

While these flowers are usually found in the south-eastern parts of Australia, you can wear one anywhere and anytime with this dazzling brooch made from etched red mirror acrylic and swirly green acrylic.

See the second photo to get an idea of how large the brooch is.

The details:
- Approx 5.6cm length and 5.7cm width
- Laser cut and assembled from 3mm red mirror and green swirly acrylic, and 1mm black acrylic as the base.

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