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Tatty Devine brushstroke cobalt blue brooch

by Tatty Devine
Tatty Devine brushstroke cobalt blue brooch
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item code: 16840

‘Paint’ your outfit with this paintbrush stroke brooch in electric blue from Tatty Devine.

Tatty Devine are Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden, who have been making jewellery together since 1999. Based in a studio in the east end of London, they like to make jewellery that combines culture, fashion and art.

Made from Perspex. 7 cm x 7.5 cm.

  • Material Perspex
  • Dimensions 7cm x 7.5cm
  • Designer Tatty Devine
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For orders under £50
Standard UK delivery £3.60.
Custom prints UK £7.50
Insured UK courier £25
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