Friday, 26 June 2009

hand-felted flower brooch / pin - SOLD

This auction is for a little hand-felted brooch or pin, made by Toby of Natural Attrill.

The flower is made from merino wool-tops, wet-felted and hand stitched, in warm soft shades of creamy beige with traces of gingery brown and green mixed into the felt, and with a darker brown centre...

The brooch fastens securely at the back with a stainless steel pin with safety catch and it measures about 3 inches/5.5cm across. It can be cleaned with a damp sponge or cloth. Felt is very durable and this little delight should last for years and years.

This is so sweet and looks so good on my jacket (purely for photographic purposes of course...) that I am quite reluctant to let it go.

We'd like to start the bidding on this item at £15.

Postage would be: UK - £1.20; Europe - £1.20; Rest of the world - £1.60. Postage is free on items which sell for over £50.00.
The auction begins at 9am Friday 26th June 2009 and will end at 9am Wednesday 1st July, 2009, London time. The highest bid before that time will win.

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  1. This one's a keeper. £15 please!

  2. okay, Betty - this is now yours!
    can you pay via Paypal - or else send me a cheque - and let me know if you want this posted or personal pickup.

  3. Hi. Great! I've paid via Paypal. Personal pickup will be fine, I think. :D Thanks.