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Synonyms for brooch

Synonyms for brooch

a decorative pin worn by women

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fasten with or as if with a brooch

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"These vintage brooches were less than $100, so I feel like this show is a good opportunity for younger people to get into vintage.
Victoria Arbiter, a royal commentator, said that her brooches weren't meant to have political undertones.
Emeralds, set in luxurious colliers, earrings and brooches, are featured in a consignment from Bologna that also includes a demi-parure composed of collier and earrings, with a central bow that can be used as a brooch (lot 1185).
I especially like the beautiful old brooches. Several years ago, I gave some away as favors at a debutante party for my daughter and a friend, and the stylish ladies had more fun choosing the perfect complement for their outfits.
Seller fly_swallow0866, in Yiwu, China, is flogging 1,000 crystal brooches for 99p.
Her installation includes a jewellery collection of 1,848 brooches, which reflect the number of incidents that occur in any given week.
With red/burgundy and cream sola flowers, Alice-inspired charms, playing card flower, brooches, toadstools, a top hat, blue feathers, there is also crochet lace for the handle, all finished with an Alice brooch and a real working fob watch (approx 7-8ins, PS130).
raised go to the Sarah They include brooches, bags and other products, each bearing a modern design to reflect the remembrance poppy.
The British Legion is losing out on sales of poppy brooches - because they are being sold by websites which do not pass cash on.
Brooches are no more associated with the older generation and are used on a variety of garments.
From vintage engagement rings to emerald brooches, Jacob's Diamond & Estate Jewelry has a very diverse inventory that changes from day to day.
At present, it is without parallel, but this is not unusual in the case of plate brooches. Found in the Roman fortress at Caerleon, the pattern is likely to represent a fusion of native and foreign designs combining Celtic and Roman influences.
Basically, using altered art and decoupage techniques, you are going to create a range of brooches, to keep and give away, from old puzzle pieces.
KNITTING nana Peggy Wealleans has hand-crafted hundreds of posy brooches to raise money for the nation's frontline heroes.