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January 15, 2009


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Beautiful, you're so lucky to find a posy brooch as they're quite hard to come by especially in charity shops and are often sadly chipped. Can't help on the age of them I'm afraid.
Yvonne x


I like the teeny forget-me-not in the brooch. The brooch reminds me of a Victorian Posy. I am looking forward to seeing your fabric birds with stripy legs and orange bead feet! I am also looking forward to seeing you reveal your next woolly project.


Hi Luce,

I love these brooches, been trying to collect some for a few months, they're often chipped but so long as they're cheap enough, I still can't resist them! Might send you a piccie so we can share "china-flower-brooch" love...
Hen x


A bargain! The brooch reminds me so much of my childhood. My grandad was collector of Aynsley china and my mum had a couple of similar brooches. I loved your yarn post yesterday... I had to go into House of Fraser today to look at all the beautiful Rowan Pure Wool colours in real life!


I love it! I used to have a brooch like that when I was a kid.

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