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Anyone who has visited David Parr House will know why we simply had to stock some fabulous brooches in our shop. Elsie Palmer was very partial to a colourful brooch, and so are we!
Beatrice Mayfield originally trained at Chelsea College of Art, graduating in the early 90’s. She has since undertaken courses at the Royal School of Needlework and worked with Elisabeth Roulleau. She works to commission with recent clients including HBO, ArtLink and All Saints Church, Kingston.
Wood Frame brooch 116 2022
Hand embroidered and beaded with glass beads and French knots in wool thread, on cotton.
Set in a painted wood frame, with a stainless steel pin. Glass beads, wool threads, cotton.
8cm x 0.5cm x 10cm
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