Freckles brooch

June 06, 2018

Freckles brooch

It's more the story that always gets me rather than the actual object. In this case it's both. I repaired this silver brooch for Paula, it belonged to her mum. A beautifully enammelled bird perched on a branch with vines and flowers with crystals.

This is a photo is of her mum actually wearing the brooch. We had a look at a few other pictures in a meticulous photo album. We had a little cry, Paula for the love and loss that resonated from that small object and I because I am lucky I still have the love of my mother alive and well. I won't go on, I tearing up and can't see the keyboard.

Thankyou for entrusting me with your precious piece of jewellery, Paula.






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RING SIZE GUIDE

FIND YOUR RING SIZE

You can easily find you ring size by measuring the inside diameter of an existing ring.

                       
1. Measure the inner diameter in millimeters.
   2. Write this measurement down.
    3. Add this measurement into your shopping cart notes at checkout.
The most accurate way is for me to measure you, however this is the best approx way to find your size at home.
If you do not have a ring that fits or feel confident to measure yourself, I recommend that you swing by a jeweller or jewellery store and have your finger measured to get the accurate size.
Australian Ring Size guide