Beautiful heirloom brooch bracelet

Even I had to admit that Christmas is looming on the horizon, and as someone who likes to buy gifts from small independent sellers via sites like Etsy, I have to start thinking ahead to have enough time for things to arrive.

This morning I have a fantastic offer (nearly 50% off!) on these beautiful bracelets from Rosie Weisencrantz – they would not only make a beautiful Christmas present, whether for yourself or for someone you love, but I also think they’d make stunning bridal jewellery.

Heirloom brooch bracelet

Rosie Weisencrantz is well known for her exquisite jewellery and accessories, each piece handcrafted using vintage and antique beads, brooches and trinkets dating as far back as the 1900s.

Leaf and pearl vintage bracelet

One piece of jewellery that she creates are these beautiful bracelets, each handcrafted especially for you from an old brooch – perhaps you have one that your granny passed on that sits in a drawer, but transformed into a new piece of jewellery you’d love to wear.

To give you an idea of what’s possible, here are just some of the bracelets Rosie Weisencrantz has crafted…

Rosie Weisencrantz vintage bracelets

I think these bracelets that Rosie Weisencrantz creates would look equally beautiful as a piece of bridal jewellery, and I don’t think we don’t see enough bracelets worn by brides.  One of these bracelets made with an old family brooch would be the most beautiful and unusual ‘something old’ don’t you think?

Vintage brooch bracelet

So, if you have a lovely old brooch hidden away in a dusty drawer that you’d like transformed into a beautiful bracelet, get in touch with Rosie Weisencrantz at This Christmas she is offering a special price of just £48 including P&P (normally £75).  This offer ends on 31st December 2012.

P.S. Don’t forget to mention you heard about the offer from The Natural Wedding Company!


Vee Michrina on 12. September, 2013

absolutely beautiful and unique and I am so inspired. How do you anchor the brooch top part to the bottom? I am not a jewelry maker, but Id love to do this. Bless u all, Vee M

CharlieB on 24. September, 2013

Hi Vee, unfortauntely I don’t know how this was done, you would need to contact Rosie Weisencrantz directly to ask if it was something she’d share with you x

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