Brooches

Art Deco brooches had multiple uses and this made them all essential in every wardrobe. They were worn pinned onto hats, shoulders, straps and belts which outlined the hips.

Designs were outrageously Art Deco or individualistic and came in a multitude of shapes, sizes and colours.

“Double clips” were brooches that came apart to be worn as two separate elements. Some brooches were designed to be worn as pendants with an accompanying chain, reflecting the advancement of jewellery technology which allowed the wearer to constantly change their look, alongside fashion trends of the Art Deco era.

Art Deco ruby and diamond brooch-pendant

Art Deco ruby and diamond brooch-pendant