On Trend: Brooches for More Than Just Lapels

The New York Times just gave more than half a page to tell us brooches are back as a fashion statement and not only for women. If you’re not wearing a cluster, go for size.

Delicate Flowers

Left: “Cherry” (Red Jade) Pin/Brooch by Michael Michaud: Cherries are Made of Red Jade.  Hand Patinaed Green Bronze. 2.5″ x 2.75″ $99.99

Right: Michael Michaud Rice Pin: Hand Patinaed Bronze.  4.5″ x 2″ (at widest point) Made with White Freshwater Pearls. $119.99 

Flower Interpretation

Left: Large Rose Pin: Austrian crystal and zinc. alloy. 5.32″ x 3.94″. Heavier. To wear on jackets. $24.95

Center: Japanese Traditional Bonsai Brooch:  Gold tone pave. Crystal, Alloy, Simulated Pearl  3.27″X1.97″ $15.99

Right: Large Handpainted Minimalist Tulip Brooch: Brass, goldplated, enamel, resin, shrink plastic. 3.93” $60.49 

Feather & Palm

Left: Rhinestone Crystal Peacock Feather Brooch: Zinc Alloy, Austrian Crystal. 4.33” x  2.76″ 11 color choices $16.95 

Right: Vintage Trifari Gold Leaf Brooch: 3.25 “ x  2.50 “ Great condition. $20.00

Not Shown: Giant Spider Brooch: 4 1/4″H x 2 3/4″W. Base: Alloy metal. Plating: Silver tone. Iridescent rainbow crystals. $42.20 Base: Alloy metal


Left: Langjitianya Creative Color Wheel Enamel Pin: The spinning wheel moves. Environmentally friendly zinc alloy. 2” circumference. $17.99  

Right: Laser CutMedusa Pin: Painted, responsibly sourced FSC Certified European birch plywood. 2.44” x 1.8” Stainless steel plated pin back with roll clasp. $18.40

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