$30.00

Polyana Erstwilder Brooch
[Green hat]

Polyana Erstwilder Brooch
Polyanna Erstwilder Brooch

Was $34.95

Polyanna put the kettle on, lets drink tea. Polyanna put the kettle on. Enough for you and me.

Sales over $30 postage only $4 in Australia. Over $50 for free postage in Australian Postage. International under $100 only $20 over $100 free international postage

Each piece is hand assembled, hand painted and released in limited edition. All designs are made from layered resin. All metal components are made from a lead and nickel free base-metal. Gift box included.

Please be aware that resin is akin to ceramic and glass and therefore may be damaged if dropped or knocked. Keep your Erstwilder companion neatly tucked away in this box when not being worn, avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, water and excessive sunlight and you’ll have a trusted friend for years to come.



Erstwilder brings the retro musings and quirky designs of leading Melbourne designers to life in an eclectic mix of colourful layered resin in a handmade limited edition—they are collectable pieces of art!

Erstwilder is a Melbourne-based label, designing and producing collectable, limited edition jewellery and accessories. Known best for our quirky brooches, our designs are fashioned to keep your outfits extraordinary and your days dandy. Erstwilder is made in limited editions in a small family factory in China.

Contact us if you want more than we have in our website shop, so we can confirm with Erstwilder whether they still have stock. Be quick—if we run out of stock, we might not be able to get any more in that colour, or at all! These are highly addictive and collectable.

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