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How Use or Attach A Penannular Pin/Brooch Video - And New Hot Off The Press Bronze Pin/Brooch

I was rifling through my stash of jewelry pieces that I've made over time and hadn't done anything with them.....they're just sitting on a box.  So I dug out this piece and thought I'd show it off and maybe list it in our Etsy shop....this will be happening soon. This style of pin is call a penannular pin or Celtic brooch and was worn by the Romans, Irish, Scots and Vikings.  They're actually a great pin to wear with a big scarf or shawl as it easily holds them in place.  I like to wear them with an open sweater or buttonless cardigan sweater.  They tend to fly open so this style of pin is a nice decorative way to keep it closed.

I made this pin with bronze wire and adorned it with a blue tiger eye stone bead.  Take a peek.



Here's a short video that I did demonstrating how to attach a penannular pin/Celtic brooch to a sweater.

















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