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Millefiori Ladies Brooch


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  • Product Description

    This thistle and millefiori ("Thousand Flowers" in Italian) brooch is perfect for wearing on a shawl or sash. It's made from high quality lead free pewter and is hand cast here in the USA. The pewter used is a clean metal that polishes well and ages with grace. This brooch measures 2.2" in diameter.

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    Appears to be what we needed  Dr Tom
    Quality of workmanship appears to be very good. (Posted on 12/11/2017)
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    ALWAYS the best . Great Brooch (Posted on 1/31/2015)

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    This brooch measures 2.2" in diameter. It is made from high tin content, lead free pewter.
  • Fun Facts

    Widely known today as millefiori (Thousand Flowers in Italian) or Mosaic GLass, this flower patterend cane glass was first popularized in ancient Egypt. Appropriately, it remained popular in the Mediterranean for the next thousand years and examples of this intensely colored patterned glass made their way to Britain and Ireland in the 5th, 6th and 7th centuries, where it was prized for it's maleability, lively patterns and bright colors. Re-popularized in the 19th century renamed "Brighton" glass or Mosaic glass, millefiori became a colorful alternative to the perfect facets of cut crystal.
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