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This elegant brooch of wool pearls would be a wonderful complement to a breezy Summer ensemble – perfect for keeping a light shawl in place, or a loose weave cardigan closed.

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“The soft, hazy twilight was just shading leaf and blossom alike into harmony with its own sober hues as we entered the room, and the sweet evening scent of the flowers met us with its fragrant welcome through the open glass doors.”
From “The Woman in White” by Wilkie Collins
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I welt-felted the ivory balls of this brooch from undyed Blue face Leicester wool, and I’m not just being wordy, it really does have a beautiful lustre that merino wool doesn’t. Then I firmly stitched them onto a kilt pin in a tactile cluster of wool pearls. The kilt pin on the back of the brooch will ensure it sits securely wherever you fasten it.
(The brooch in the first 3 pictures is the brooch you will receive.)

**Vital statistics:
The Annabel Lee brooch is approx. 6.5cm/2 ½ inches in length and 2.5cm or 1 inch at its widest point - it has a heavy duty or kilt pin back.

**This brooch is ready to ship.

** Because I know this will be a treat - either for yourself or some else - it comes wrapped as a treat in a lovely kraft paper box with a drawing of the brooch on the front and the care instructions inside.

Romantic wool felt pin in cream with rose bud - Annabel Lee Brooch


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: undyed Blue Faced Leicester Wool, thread, salvaged silk flower, kilt pin
  • Ships worldwide from Ireland
  • Feedback: 70 reviews
  • Favorited by: 118 people