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  1. Botanical Art - Fern Brooch

    by Dennis Ray Maryland Bronze, Copper, Color Patina Pin Closure Approx 4 1/2" W x 4 1/4" L Dennis creates botanical wearable art through a unique copper electroforming technique - a room temperature process that layers copper over the actual plant cuttings without destroying them. Items are natural in size with bronze or teal patinas. Each piece is natural and unique.

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    $299.00
  2. Botanical Art - Kale Leaf Brooch

    by Dennis Ray Maryland Bronze, Copper, Color Patina Pin Closure Approx 5 1/8" W x 2 1/4" L Dennis creates botanical wearable art through a unique copper electroforming technique - a room temperature process that layers copper over the actual plant cuttings without destroying them. Items are natural in size with bronze or teal patinas. Each piece is natural and unique.

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    $219.00
  3. Dandelion Brooch

    The word Dandelion is from the French, “tooth of the lion” because of the jagged edges of the leaves. There are also many superstitions about the Dandelion. A wish will come true if all the seeds are blown off in one breath or, if some remain, it will indicate how many children you will have. Lovers use Dandelion seeds to send messages to one another, for as well as divining the future, the Dandelion means faithfulness. Materials: The Dandelion brooch is cast in bronze and accented with white freshwater pearls. Measures: 5.5" L x 2.25" W

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    $399.00
  4. Espiral Gold Brooch

    Materials: Brass | Gold leaf and laquer Approximate size: 8.5 x 4 cm (3.34" x 1.57") Designed by RAS® Made in Spain Exclusively designed and crafted in Spain, this line celebrates art, architecture and nature. Each organic and angular piece celebrates the artistry and craft widely celebrated in Spain. Founded in the 1940’s, this line makes a great wardrobe addition.

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    $49.99
  5. Eye of Horus Brooch/Pendant

    The story of Horus, an Egyptian sky god whose symbol was the falcon, appears in the ancient pyramid texts. The "Horus Eye" emerges from the historic battle between Horus and his father's jealous brother. During this battle Horus lost his left eye. Upon his victory he set forth across the sea to raise his father, Osiris, from the dead and offer him his sacrificed eye. This became the symbol of all sacrifice and appears throughout ancient Egyptian art. Materials: pewter with gold finish and epoxy, 32" cotton cord included.

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    $49.99
  6. Mummy Cat Pendant

    In Ancient Egypt, cat mummies were donated to goddess Bastet. Bastet was commonly depicted as a cat or woman with the head of a cat or lioness. During the Greek and Roman period the veneration of Bastet reached its peak. The cat mummy’s wrappings of linen strips show a coffered design, the head is shaped naturalistic. This is a replica from the Egyptian Collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria Material: pewter with antique gold finish. Cable Chain included, Spring ring closure. Length: 18 inches

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    $49.99
  7. Sacred Cat Brooch

    Sacred Cat Brooch EGYPT 600 - 30 B.C. The cat was sacred in ancient Egypt. Admired for its virility, strength and agility, it was also the symbol of Bastet, the benevolent cat goddess who represented motherhood and joy. She was often portrayed as a woman with a cat's head. Bubastis, a city in Lower Egypt, was famous for its yearly festival in honor of Bastet and for its great cemetery of mummified cats. Materials: Pewter with gold finish. Height 2", Width 1"

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    $34.99

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