Happy fish brooch / pin with a deeply etched intricate pattern. This shimmering silver fish brooch is made of English pewter......................... a unique and original design handmade by Sharon Dickinson.
All brooches are limited editions and are signed or stamped on the back.
The length of the brooch is approximately 3 inches and the height is approximately 1.8 inches, 7.5 cm x 3 cm.
I hand craft each and every item in my FOLKSY shop.
This brooch is made from fine English Pewter. I polish to give the metal a high sheen then I give it some colour by carefully patinating with a combination of surface treatments. The brooch is then re polished which gives a beautiful vintage look to the metal. I really enjoy working in pewter, the colour is so mellow and the metal has a lovely warm feel when you hold it.
I use clasps made from hard wearing steel, with a secure roller fastening. My brooch bars are carefully pinned and then soldered to the back of the brooch which makes them really secure.
Making is my full time job. I live in the beautiful Vale of Belvoir in the English countryside, where I have my home workshop.
Wholesale enquiries are welcome.
I just love drawing crazy happy fish with goofy expressions!
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Archives Crafts within 5 days of receiving payment.
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