This pin is perfect for any book lover and in particular any lover of the novels of Jane Austen. This origami brooch makes for a very romantic gift and would be perfect for a first anniversary present (paper anniversary). The recycled paper used to fold the rose has been taken from a copy of Pride and Prejudice which is one of the most famous love stories of all time. Roses themselves are a romantic flower and the brooch setting features a pair of doves kissing. Together this makes it the most romantic piece of jewellery in my range and a perfect romantic gift.
The rose and leaves have been hand folded using traditional origami methods and then varnished before being set on the vintage style brooch base.
As well as being a symbol of love, a single rose in the language of flowers also means simplicity and gratitude and a note giving the meanings of this piece of jewellery will be included in the gift box.
The rose has been given several coats of varnish to add strength, durability and water resistance.
The antique silver tone brooch base measures 3.5 x 2.5 cm.
The brooch comes in kraft paper envelope with a note explaining its meaning.
To make a super romantic piece of book jewellery.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Paper2Pearls within 5 days of receiving payment.
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