The Owl and the Pussycat  Brooch by Gorydorky + gift Rocklily earrings PRE ORDER DUE AROUND EARLY OCTOBER  Limit one per customer

The Owl and the Pussycat Brooch by Gorydorky + gift Rocklily earrings PRE ORDER DUE AROUND EARLY OCTOBER Limit one per customer

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The Owl and the Pussycat Brooch by Gorydorky + gift Rocklily earrings:  PRE ORDER DUE AROUND END OF SEPTEMBER  Limit one per customer

 Arrival date TBA 

 Limit one per customer per style, over buys will be refunded

 Come's with matching Rocklily Heart earrings, vintage style storycard of Rob's printed by Rocklily.

Once upon a Rhyme 

The Owl and the Pussycat isn't technically a nursery rhyme, It's a nonsense poem written by Edward Lear and published in 1871!
When designing this brooch I knew that I had to include the pea green boat, honey, and the owls small guitar! I also included plenty of money, albeit not wrapped up in a five pound note

"Goosey, goosey gander,
Whither shall I wander?
Upstairs and downstairs,
And in my lady's chamber.
There I met an old man,
Who would not say his prayers.
I took him by the left leg,
and threw him down the stairs."
The earliest version of the rhyme goosey, goosey gander, printed in 1784, didn't include the last four lines but instead ended with the lines
"Upstairs and downstairs,
In my lady's chamber,
There you'll find a cup of sack,
And a race of ginger."
The version that is popular today likely incorporated the lyrics from the nursery rhyme about a crane fly (or Daddy long legs) below!
"Old father long legs,
Can't say his prayers,
Take him by the left leg,
And throw him down the stairs.”
Gift Earrings are made by Dianna  and we try to match your brooch
 
Plastic Jewellery encapsulating the quirky, cute and often strange...

 

GoryDorky is designed and made in the United Kingdom By Rob  

 

 Brooches don’t like to be put through the wash. In fact, keep them away from water.
 The acrylic pieces can over time get scratches on the surface. If stored correctly, this will not be a problem. Keep them out of direct sunlight and indoor lighting.