Poppy in heart brooch

£16.99

Only 3 pieces in stock!

Measuring 2.5cm, this crystal and silver poppy brooch will make a charming addition to any outfit.

This silver heart pin brooch boasts an elegant four leaf, deep red, crystal poppy in the centre. It is a fantastic accessory that possesses phenomenal sentimental and historic value, especially with the addition of the heart which encircles the poppy.

Wear this beautiful pin badge year on year as a stylish alternative to the traditional silk or paper poppy. Packaged in a quality presentation box, complete with an excerpt from John McCrae's iconic poem, In Flanders Fields, this brooch will make an ideal gift for someone dear to you in the run up to remembrance Sunday.

The Poppy Jewellery Collection features four and five petal flowers rather than the traditional two petal Royal British Legion poppy. 

The poppy is a durable and persevering flower which grew in its thousands among desolate and barren battlegrounds. Its natural associations with endurance, determination and rebirth saw it adopted as a symbol of remembrance for those who lost their lives in the First World War. Lt John McCrae's 1915 poem, In Flanders Fields, helped secure the poppy's image as a hallmark of sacrifice and remembrance;

"In Flanders fields the poppies blow between the crosses, row on row."

 

10% of proceeds from the sales of the collection are donated to Combat Stress and SSAFA, mental health support charities for active soldiers and veterans.

Materials: Enamelled  metal
Dimensions: 25 x 18 mm

Shop other designs in the Poppies collection.

Dimensions: 25mm

Material: Pave crystal pendant

Packaging: Boxed

Packaging Dimensions: Approx. 9cm x 6.5cm x 3 cm

Not completely happy with your product? You can return or exchange unwanted items up to 35 days after purchase. - extended to 61 days during Covid-19 pandemic.

If there is an issue with the product please contact the Royal Armouries online shop customer service team via email at shopping@armouries.org.uk

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