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Nature And Wildlife

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Dove with Olive branch brooch $60
Size: 1.2" x 1.1"

The Dove is the classic representative of peace, a symbol of the great flood, when it brought an olive branch to Noah.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter.

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Enameled butterfly brooch, mustard/black $57
Size: 1" x 0.75"

The enchanting butterfly is depicted throughout history as a symbol of ever lasting joy, hope and renewal.
Our colorful brooch is crafted in 24 karat antique gold-plate over enameled pewter.

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Enameled butterfly brooch, red/black $57
Size: 1" x 0.75"

The enchanting butterfly is depicted throughout history as a symbol of ever lasting joy, hope and renewal.
Our colorful brooch is crafted in 24 karat antique gold-plate over enameled pewter.

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Enameled frog tie-tack, green $36
Size: 5/8" x 5/8"

Many cultures regard the frog as a symbol of life, good luck and resurrection. Because it lays quantities of eggs, it is a fertility symbol and was sacred to the frog-headed Heket, Egyptian goddess of birth. The frog symbolizes the flooding of the Nile. To the Celts, the frog was the lord of earth and represented the curative power of water.
24 Karat red/green enameled gold-plate over pewter, enhaced by rhinestones.

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Enameled frog tie-tack, red $36
Size: 5/8" x 5/8"

Many cultures regard the frog as a symbol of life, good luck and resurrection. Because it lays quantities of eggs, it is a fertility symbol and was sacred to the frog-headed Heket, Egyptian goddess of birth. The frog symbolizes the flooding of the Nile. To the Celts, the frog was the lord of earth and represented the curative power of water.
24 Karat red/green enameled gold-plate over pewter, enhaced by rhinestones.

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Enameled Iris brooch $60
Size: 1 3/8" x 1 1/2"

Inspired by the Japanese artist Hiroshige's "100 Famous Views of Edo". From the collection of the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Enameled 24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter.





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