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The Jackaloped Erstwilder Brooch IMPERFECT

The Jackaloped Erstwilder Brooch IMPERFECT
The Jackaloped Erstwilder Brooch
A little bit country

2 small dints on side of body up near neck Mythical, smythical. We've seen them. Hand on heart be wary though they can be a tad dangerous particularly when cornered.

Australian postage only $4. International $20 with tracking. Free postage for 2 or more in Australia.

Quirky wildlife companions to keep your days dandy! Be inspired by animals great and small along with all things vintage, rockabilly, pinup, retro and art-deco.

Decidedly fun, often outrageous, somewhat quirky but delightfully companionable; each character in the limited edition Erstwilder collection has its own personality and provides the perfect antidote to those drab, ordinary days.

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!

And each one comes in its own dandy, adorable and distinctive Erstwilder gift box. 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.

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. They are not made in Australia but in small workshops in India or Hong Kong.
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