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Collection: BROOCHES

Brooches, pins, pins, needles, pins, badges, call it what you want, but include this wonderful and versatile jewelry accessory in your daily life.

The origin of brooches was the functionality of holding tunics and togas; Later, in the Middle Ages, they became symbols of status and power.

As fashion evolved, brooches did too, they were already considered a piece of jewelry with personality and full of symbolism. In the 19th century, during the Victorian era, brooches became popular fashion accessories, often made with diamonds, pearls and emeralds. These brooches were symbols of elegance and wealth, and ladies of high society wore them with pride.

In the 20th century, brooches elevated any outfit and iconic figures like Coco Chanel popularized the use of brooches as part of their personal style.

In the mid-20th century, brooches again experienced a strong boom among celebrities such as Jackie Kennedy and Elizabeth Taylor, making them popular fashion accessories.

Brooches have been the protagonists of queens; Isabel II's collection was impressive. But the cinema also generated great interest, remember the great cameo from the film "Gone with the Wind", the large brooch closure of Audrey Hepburn's necklace in "Breakfast at Tiffany's", or the brooch from the 'The Games' saga. of hunger', which has gone down in history.

Antique and vintage brooches have become a form of personal expression that is very versatile. Many personalities, like Rihanna, wear vintage Joseph Saidian & Sons brooches and combine them with a jumpsuit with a sporty aesthetic, a fantasy. And you? You are going to reconsider that brooches are an exclusive accessory for grandmothers or you are going to start thinking about whether to just wear them on your lapel, and unleash your imagination as an accessory on a necklace, on a hat or on a dress.

Broches, prendedores, alfileres, agujas, pin, insignias, pasadores y más.