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Brooch "Glorious Peacock"
£18.89 inc. tax

£15.74 ex. tax
? Tax based on United Kingdom.


Another addition to the King of Birds' jewellery collection, this Glorious Peacock brooch radiates with exquisiteness. With its sparkle and shine, this sophisticated crystal peacock brooch will take center-stage to any outfit. This peacock brooch is made from zinc alloy plated in silver tone, its body covered in rhinestones from its head to the end of its tail feathers. The rhinestones on its body are accented with hues of purple and pink while its tail - or "train" - are adorned with faceted rhinestones alternating between shades of sapphire, azure, turquoise, and gold giving the brooch the same kaleidoscopic facade as that of a real peacocks magnificent train.
This brooch from the collection "Majestic Pearl" has a flat back and fastens securely with a metal pin clasp. It makes for a fabulous addition for any wedding, party, or for other special occasions. Dress up your bouquet, clothing, purse or add a sparkling accent to your outfit, hat, coat, or jacket. This brooch pin is designed exquisitely detailed to bring a smile and compliments from everyone around! And since it comes in a gift packaging, this brooch is ready and perfect as a gift to friends and family!

Prussian Kings and Peacocks

Peacocks were a favourite bird of the Prussian Kings. Friedrich Wilhelm II received in 1793 an island in the river Havel and gave it the name of "Peacock Island". For him it was to create a habitat for the preservation of nature and an artificial world. A little later, the island became so fashionable with visitors, that to preserve the animals of the island, around the mid of the 19th century, king Friedrich Wilhelm IV brought the peacocks to the city, where together with other animals, the made the start of what later became the famous Berlin Zoo close to the Gedaechtniskirche. Also today you will notice that Peacocks are walking on this island around, not constrained to a cage, but enjoying their freedom. 


Details

- Material: zinc alloy, copper, cut glass
- Dimensions: Height: 6 cm, width: 6.5 cm
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Securely fastened with a metal pin clasp
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ift packaging: 7.5 x 7.5 x 3 cm

Product Code: MSS64-05843
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 50 g
Product Condition: New
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