°Pewtar - Spirit of the Corn Pin - RAM17 This brooch is really handsome and could be worn by a man or a women. The native American form is emerging from maize stalks. The heads of corn and the details of the native figure are really well done. We reproduced this brooch from an antique piece we recently aquired. This would look very sharp on a vest or hat. This brooch was
> °Pewtar - Medieval Welsh Dragon - RAM16 °Pewtar - Medieval Welsh Dragon - RAM16 This a very detailed dragon carved by . It was hand cast in fine pewter and all the findings were hand soldered. This brooch was signed by the artist. The pin has a hinged pin and safety clasp. The animal called a dragon is like a winged crocodile with a serpent's tail; whence the words serpent and dragon are sometimes interchangeable. From the meaning a watcher we get the notion of one that watches; and from the meaning “to
°Earring - Ancient - Medieval - Amethyst This period style earring is a purple amethyst stone measuring 8mm in diameter. This simple style earring was worn throughout the ages, it was common in earlier times (Biblical /Roman /viking /saxon /celtic ) but also worn up through the Renaissance and into the modern era.