Celebration Bouquet by Jessica Briggs

This abstract bouquet brooch is inspired by my daisy pieces which were first exhibited at Dazzle in 1995.

It is created by patterning each element through a rolling mill and formed using a doming block and punch, as my original daisies were. Luscious pure gold foil is applied using an ancient Korean technique called keumboo.

This, when allied to my texturing of silver and painterly use of a blackening oxide, became my signature ‘look’, superseding my daisy collection around 1998/9.

View all the 40 brooches for 40 years exhibition.

Features

  • Primary Material : Silver
  • Other Materials : 24ct Gold
  • Pin Type : pin
  • Dimensions (mm) : 72x72x10
  • One of a Kind : Yes
  • Hallmarked : Yes

Cleaning Instructions

Clean the white silver areas only, using a cotton bud dipped in liquid silver-clean. Gently rub then rinse in cold water and pat dry.

Purchase

Celebration Bouquet

Features

  • Primary Material : Silver
  • Other Materials : 24ct Gold
  • Pin Type : pin
  • Dimensions (mm) : 72x72x10
  • One of a Kind : Yes
  • Hallmarked : Yes

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Brooches
by Jessica Briggs

This abstract bouquet brooch is inspired by my daisy pieces which were first exhibited at Dazzle in 1995.

It is created by patterning each element through a rolling mill and formed using a doming block and punch, as my original daisies were. Luscious pure gold foil is applied using an ancient Korean technique called keumboo.

This, when allied to my texturing of silver and painterly use of a blackening oxide, became my signature ‘look’, superseding my daisy collection around 1998/9.

View all the 40 brooches for 40 years exhibition.

Cleaning Instructions

Clean the white silver areas only, using a cotton bud dipped in liquid silver-clean. Gently rub then rinse in cold water and pat dry.