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  1. Jörmungandr. Ouroborus Snake Pennanular Brooch Shawl Pin.

    £19.00 GBP

    A delicate version of my Anglo Saxon shawl pin, this time the shape is modified to represent a serpent with winding tail. It's great for lighter weight knits (dk or lighter), would also work well with hand woven pieces. Inspired by the Jörmungandr or World Serpent in Norse mythology. One of Loki's children by the...

  2. Shawl Pin for Handknits in Fire Forged Copper

    £24.00 GBP

    A simple, endless circle inspired by the moon, ouroboros and archeological finds. This penannular brooch is based on an Anglo Saxon design discovered in North Yorkshire and is a bolder version of my original cold-forged in copper one-- it comes in two sizes and this is perfect for aran or chunky weight knits. The bottom...

  3. Shawl Pin of Hand Forged Sterling Silver. Knitting Clasp. Anglo Saxon Penannular Brooch.

    From £43.00 GBP

    A simple, endless circle inspired by the moon, ouroboros and archeological finds. This penannular brooch is based on an Anglo Saxon design discovered in North Yorkshire. This version is cold-forged in sterling silver. Cold-forging means no heat is used to form the metal-- just hammering and sheer force of will! The bottom edge of the...

  4. Anglo Saxon Penannular Brooch. MADE TO ORDER

    From £28.00 GBP

    A simple, endless circle inspired by the moon, ouroboros and archeological finds. This penannular brooch is based on an Anglo Saxon design discovered in North Yorkshire. My version is cold-forged in copper and comes in two sizes. Cold-forging means no heat is used to form the metal-- just hammering and sheer force of will! The...

  5. Anglo Saxon Fibula Brooch in Bronze

    £28.00 GBP

    A simple, endless circle inspired by the moon, ouroboros and archeological finds. This penannular brooch is based on an Anglo Saxon design discovered in North Yorkshire. My version is cold-forged in bronze.  The bronze I use has the mellow warmth of rose gold and resembles this precious metal beautifully.  Bronze is one of the first...

  6. Anglo Saxon Fibula Brooch in Aluminum for Bulky or Chunky Knits

    £22.00 GBP

    A simple, endless circle inspired by the moon, ouroboros and archeological finds. This penannular brooch is based on an Anglo Saxon design discovered in North Yorkshire. This version is cold-forged in lightweight aluminum. I was experimenting with prototypes in humble aluminum and once I polished this metal it took on a matte smoothness and almost had...

  7. Feral Sterling

    Sterling silver is the most requested metal for specific pieces like earrings and shawl pins, and is one of the most popular metals for my delicate necklace designs incorporating stones and recycled pearls. Unlike copper or bronze, it is less forgiving and carries with it a certain responsibility as a precious metal. Silver has long...