Amazingly gorgeous wool felt brooches ;)

Dublin, Ireland · 117 Sales


Amazingly gorgeous wool felt brooches ;)

Dublin, Ireland 117 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Saskia on Apr 7, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Just perfect. Exquisitely made broach and the personal packaging was simply beautiful. A real joy to receive. Such a lovely box. Would definitely buy from seller again.


mrsravi on Mar 17, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

A beautiful brooch, made to order, I love my unique felt creation. Jane was a pleasure to work with; she kept me updated throughout with regular emails and the brooch arrived *beautifully* packaged. The brooch is stunning and a real conversation piece. Thank you Jane!

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A brief history of The Shiny Jane Company

Let's start at the very beginning...

My father’s mother ran a knitting empire. She subcontracted work to a crack squad of knitters in her neighbourhood, fulfilling factory demands to make ends meet when my Dad was a boy.

My mother’s mother was also a hard-core knitter, when my Mam was a girl, she knitted Aran jumpers for an entire Norwegian fishing crew. Seriously.

My mother is an all ‘round crafting genius; sewing, knitting, flower arranging, plumbing… you name it, she can do it.

My biological mother is a textile artist and felting guru, so when I first met her in 2007 and she taught me how to felt – I didn’t stand a chance!

I set up The Shiny Jane Company in 2009 in a feeble attempt to deplete my enviable wool stocks. Alas, they have only grown. Along with the button hills, the fabric mountain, the ribbon meadows, the paper fields…

When I’m not frolicking in the woolly wonderland, I work as a scientist and a fine artist. It gives me enormous delight imagining that each Shiny Jane brooch will find it’s perfect recipient, and I imagine the adventures that they’ll have together all around the world!

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  • Jane Locke

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    Analytical Scientist, Artist, Perfectionist (although you wouldn't think it to look at my house!), Whiskey drinker, colour lover and observer of small details.

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Last updated on July 25, 2013
Welcome to The Shiny Jane Company!
I’m Jane and I’m happy to help – hopefully the information below will answer your basic questions, but feel free to convo me if there’s something I haven’t covered.
Each and every one of these brooches are handmade by me here in Dublin Ireland. I have an uncontrollable imagination so keep checking back for new styles!

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
At the moment I only except Paypal .
I package up your brooch in tissue paper and put it into a nice little box and put the box into a bubble-wrap envelope... this is to keep it in the “packet” category so you’re not fleeced for the postage.
I ship by An Post (Ireland’s National Postal Service) – they’re very good at their job. I ship unregistered as default (very reliable but not tracked), however you can also purchase a registered upgrade. The registered shipping option is available here: [coming soon!]
I ship every few days but if there’s some sort of brooch emergency, contact me and I’ll see what I can do! :)

Shipping gifts: I’d be delighted to ship directly to the gift recipient, just let me know in the message to seller. I’ll make it super nice and we can include a message from you.
Unless otherwise stated, I ship the brooch on the listing so it’s ready to go!
Additional policies and FAQs
Other important nuggets of information:
Monitor to monitor variation: I do my best to ensure the images are as true to life as possible but you are no doubt aware that different monitors may display colours slightly differently.