Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin,  |  Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin
Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin,  |  Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin
Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin,  |  Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin
Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin,  |  Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin
Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin,  |  Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin
Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin,  |  Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin
Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin,  |  Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin
Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin,  |  Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin
Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin,  |  Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin

Rustic Copper Penannular Scarf Pin, | Cloak Pin | Celtic Penannular Brooch | Metal Shawl Pin

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Hand forged, hammered copper cloak pins, also suitable for shawls, ponchos, scarves, sweaters or kilts.

Approx 1 1/2" diameter 10 gauge recycled pure solid copper wire.

Curled spiral ends and hammer textured surface. If you want a matching set, order them together at the same time so I can make them as similar as possible to eachother. Since these are all handmade they will vary slightly from the example.

Penannular means incomplete circle, and these brooches were originally designed as a utilitarian cloak fastener during the iron age. Often known as Celtic Brooches, worn by the Romans, Vikings, Irish, and Scottish among others. Simple, minimalist design. Perfect for renaissance fairs or everyday wear with a casual, rustic vibe!

Hand forged in my home jewelry studio with hammers on an anvil. Hammered on both sides, hardened and tumble polished. Antiqued with a hand rubbed patina treatment to give it an old world, aged and oxidized appearance. 

These are not sharp as they are not meant to pierce through fabric but rather push between the woven fibers such as with knitted or crocheted scarves, or bunch up a lightweight scarf. There are quite a few helpful videos on youtube that demonstrate how to use these.