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  • PRIORMADE Bauhaus Wood and Eco Silver Brooch Pin - #1
  • PRIORMADE Bauhaus Wood and Eco Silver Brooch Pin - #1
  • PRIORMADE Bauhaus Wood and Eco Silver Brooch Pin - #1
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PRIORMADE

Bauhaus Wood and Eco Silver Brooch Pin - #1

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Bold, contemporary, and striking: this one-of-a-kind brooch is a  wearable artefact. It celebrates both the history of the wood, and the elegance of handworked Sterling Silver, resulting in an object that is perfectly in balance. 

Description

A wearable piece of Bauhaus-inspired art.

This brooch is from a one-off collection of eight brooches made during a collaboration between Beck Prior (Priormade) and Ange (Ange B Designs). Both fanatical about the blend of contemporary geometric shapes and traditional craft skills, these brooches are individual works of art.

It's all about the shapes and textures.

This brooch is made using only four materials. Firstly you have ipe wood  - that was once the hatch of a 18th Century ship, this rose hued wood has a distinctive zebra-like pattern. There is also jarrah which is a very hard and waterproof wood and this piece used to be part of a pontoon that was submerged under water for nearly 300 years. The additional pieces are birch plywood from the Priormade studio. The wood is sawn, planed and the cut into shape using a fine saw and then finished with such high grade sand paper they feel like smooth, pebbles of glass that have spent a lifetime in the sea. The Sterling Silver-certified Ecosilver, (100% recycled) complete the details and fastenings, add flare and contemporary style that makes them wearable pieces of art. The shapes and textures work in harmony with the reclaimed wood: making the silver shine brighter and the wood grain richer - even the back of each brooch is beautiful!

These simple yet statement brooches are exclusive to Prior Shop. Beck and Ange have created this exclusive collection that references architecture and mirrors the textures, and colours found in each others work. 

Features

Comes beautifully presented in a gift box

100% reclaimed materials

Handmade in the UK

Materials and care

Eco Silver  - 100% recycled sterling silver

Reclaimed wood:

Ipe - 18th century ship
Jarrah - pontoon to Bristol Brewery Georges & Co -  Early 1700's - 1999
Birch plywood - offcuts


Finished with a natural hard wax oil.

Clean with a slightly damp cloth. 

Silver tarnishes naturally when exposed to the air. Rub regularly with a cloth or use a special silver cleaning cloth to avoid darkening. 

Delivery & Returns

FREE - Click & Collect

FREE - UK full tracked devliery orders over £60

£2.39 - UK full tracked devliery

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