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Flamingo brooch by Annie Sherburne - assorted


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Annie Sherburne’s spectacular jewellery is made by hand in London and Brighton. In the 1980s, Annie’s husband bought the remains of a factory destroyed during World War II in what was then Czechoslovakia. The stones and beads used to create these colourful, one-of-a-kind pieces were all salvaged from that same factory. The elegant silhouette of the flamingo is splendidly captured here using vintage cut glass crystals and beads in assorted bold colours. 
Please note: Price is for a single item. Each item is unique, therefore this item comes in different colours and designs and we cannot guarantee which one you will receive.
• Made in London and Brighton


Annie Sherburne


Brass, Czechoslovakian cut glass crystals, imitations of precious stones from the 1930s, glass crystals from the 1950s, other reused beads and components from previous decades

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  • UK standard delivery £5
    (FREE on orders £60 and over*)
    (3 – 6 working days)
  • Europe standard delivery £20
  • Rest of the world standard delivery £30

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About the designer
Annie Sherburne

Annie Sherburne

Annie Sherburne’s jewellery is made with glass, beads and stones, sourced from World War Two factories in what was then known as Czechoslovakia. They were bought by her late husband in the 1980s for the couple's shops on Portobello Road and in Kensington’s famed Hyper Hyper. Annie still uses this resource in the making of her unique creations today.

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