Penannular brooches

The history of the penannular brooches (also called Celtic brooches) goes back to the Bronze Age. In ancient Greece, the Romans and Byzantium the brooch had dual function: it was used as a garment buckle as well as jewelry. With the invention of buttons in the 14th century, the penannular brooch was transformed into a purely decorative object.

Celtic iron plain brooch

Celtic iron plain brooch

Detail 3,00 € In stock

Celtic decorated brooch

Celtic decorated brooch

Detail 4,00 € In stock

Cloak clasp Kala

Cloak clasp Kala

Detail 5,00 € In stock

Dragon Brooch, 60 mm

Dragon Brooch, 60 mm

Detail 5,00 € In stock

Swept clasp for cape

Swept clasp for cape

Detail 7,00 € In stock

Cloak pin 3cm, twisted

Cloak pin 3cm, twisted

Detail 7,00 € In stock

Cloak pin, hand-forged

Cloak pin, hand-forged

Detail 8,00 € In stock

Hand forged cloak pin

Hand forged cloak pin

Detail 8,00 € In stock

Cloak pin 3,5 cm

Cloak pin 3,5 cm

Detail 8,00 € In stock

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