Red Poppy Brooch Pin
The red poppy has long been a part of Remembrance Day ritual. During the First World War, red poppies were among the first plants to spring up in the devastated battlefields and have since symbolized the sacrifice of shed blood.
About the Artist
Based out of Delhi and Arizona, founders & sisters, Dhruti & Seema design and head this women-owned venture. Their embroidery atelier helps sustain and keep alive the intricate luneville needlework technique that has been in the artisans' family for generations. Trovelore handcrafted brooch pins are little pieces of art. Up to thirty techniques and materials can be used on a single small brooch pin to create organic textures with mesmerizing lifelike quality. Their made-to-order, small batch workshop follows ethical fair trade practices, offering artisans above the age of 18 fair wages, healthcare benefits, and a safe and happy working environment.
Content + Care
- Cotton, felt, metal, sequins, beads
- Hand embroidered; handle with care
- Store it separately in the box provided
Slight variation in embroidery, size, shape, and color is part of the handmade craft and are celebrated as a mark of being made by hand.
- 2.75''L x 2.5''W