Pretty bronze brooch entirely handcrafted with a plant motif.
His history :
The wind in the willows, (original title : The Wind in the Willows), is a novel published in 1908 by Scottish novelist Kenneth Grahame. It is a classic in British children's literature.
Four friends live to the rhythms of the seasons, near the water, near the willows, where all is shaking, shivering, gleams and sparks, rustling and swirling, whispers and bubbling. They are bewitched, fascinated. And along the bank, the river whispers fascinating stories to them, stories of the world.
This bronze brooch is the fallen branch of the tree, the leaves floating on the water of the river to the insatiable sea ... It carries its stories ...
Composition, sizes, weight:
Weight: 7 grams
Its size is 4 cm wide.
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