A dainty brooch that compliments any Austenite! With four silver toned charms that are symbolic of events from Jane Austens famous book, Pride And Prejudice. It features a printed backing card that houses an original illustration from the book and the famous first line quote;
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.”
A darling literary gift for book lovers, you must simply be in want of this brooch!
Made from Tibetan Silver (may have traces of nickel)
4 charms that include the following:
- Elizabeth Bennet dressed for the Netherfield party - An envelope symbolic of the letters from Mr Darcy - A classic Bennet girl bonnet - The piano that Darcy 'means to frighten' Miss Elizabeth as she plays at Rosings
Silver plated aluminium (may have traces of nickel)