Inspired by Annie Besant and her love of India, this brooch capture's the mystery of the new and full moon, and the colours of India's flag of independence, green orange and white.
A vintage Art Deco brooch emerald centre stone has been set with reclaimed chain, malachite and foiled Venetian beads, an alpaca silver stone set crescent pendant frame a Czech Art Deco faceted givre pendant in amber and green.
Annie Besant was a prominent Theosophist, women's rights activist, writer and orator and supporter of Irish and Indian self rule.
Her role in India's path to independence is recognised widely, as is her promotion of Hindu spirituality in the West. Today many Indian cities have streets that bear her name.
Like all peices in this collection, this may be worn as a brooch, or pin, or added to a ribbon to be worn as a feature necklace. A matching or contrasting ribbon may be added by request.