Brooch with blue cornflowers from authorial collections designed by fashion designer – Joanna Misztela and by master of Polish handicraft.
The brooch consists of two cornflowers, fixed to a metallic platform covered with a felt. A buckle of the brooch in the form of a safety pin as well as in the form of a fastener allows a variety of possibilities to attach the brooch: to garments and accessories ( a top, belt, or a purse) as well as to hair making a hairstyle more fancy.
Special attention should be drawn to a master crepe flower craft, representing one of the most beautiful traditional Polish handicraft. A combination of the tradition and a modern design creates an interesting effect.
ATTENTION! The flowers are made, according to the tradition, from crepe. One should avoid contact with water or any liquid, so that the flowers are not destroyed or discolored. The jewellery has been tasted in wearing, properly used will be a durable adornment.
Crepe flower handicraft is connected with home decorations. This sort of decorations used to be prepared in the occasion of Christmas. Long and freezing winter evenings favored meetings of housewive, who thanks to crepe flowers wanted to fill again their houses with colors.
This is the nature, which gave the biggest inspiration for “florists” – this is how women practicing crepe flower handicraft used to call themselves . Therefore ornaments created by them usually depicted flowers existing in nature: poppies, cornflowers, forget –me –nots, etc.
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