Hey learned ladies!
My aunt is turning 70 next month and I'd like to get her something small but nice. I was thinking a brooch?
She's the kind of woman who is very elegant, doesn't look her age, dresses modestly, quite upmarket, always immaculate.
I want to get something thoughtful for her as she lost her only child to cancer 18 months ago buuuuut I only want to spend up to $100 though
Any ideas where to get a nice little brooch or any other ideas for a gift?
I'm so hopeless at this so any ideas welcome!!
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11-02-2017 19:16 #1Senior Member
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Where to buy a nice brooch?
11-02-2017 19:56 #2
Adelaide exchange jewellers ? They have vintage pieces I would imagine but have no idea how much they would charge. There is also a lady on fb called lily buds buttons and bestokes she is based in Perth and does individual and custom piece s
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11-02-2017 20:12 #3
Try looking on Etsy. Not just handmade but lots of vintage pieces on there too.
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12-02-2017 07:10 #5
This one is really pretty. But lots of others from different eras depending of the style you are looking for.
Of course there is always handmade as well but you have to sift through a lot more in terms of quality.
I love Etsy!
12-02-2017 07:34 #6
Etsy would be great for a brooch. You may have luck at an independent jeweller, too.
Another idea is a shawl.
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