1980s Victorian Revival Mourning Brooch

£20.00

1980s Victorian Revival Collection
Floral Mourning Brooch

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Description

One of three black 1980s Victorian Revival Mourning Brooches.

 

All of these 1980s brooches are plastic but they look so real!

Two faux jet and cameo styled pieces with a fancy lady profile cameo.

Proper mourning brooches.

They look like glass or jet,  especially on coats or black clothing.

Perfect for wet weather. 

Colours, Sizes and Shapes

  • Medium Black Flower 3 cm diameter

Condition

Mint. Unworn. Hand washed and polished.

Audras Brooches

Audra’s Brooches is my unique collection of vintage or antique brooches, pins and clips. 

Voted one of the top 25 Online Ateliers by Homes & Antiques magazine.

Everything you can pin, clip or fasten to whatever and whoever you fancy. 

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