Brass brooch – Garden

by The Fife Carers’ Collection Artists

£15.00

Symbols of Care is an introductory collection of new jewellery works created with Fife-based carers who have been working with us over the pandemic. Fife Contemporary sent them jewellery kits to keep them creative and to continue our CARE project (launched in 2019).

Project facilitated and all jewellery handmade by Stefanie Cheong from carers’ designs.

Design – Garden
This abstract shape was thought of whilst sitting in the garden looking at the flowers. Moments of calm and reflection. 

Dimensions of satinised brass brooch 4 x 3.8cm; on the reverse are 2 butterfly pin fittings to secure the brooch firmly to a garment (see image).

Brooch comes in black eco-card box with CARE branding on top.

Also in the Garden design is a pendant and a pair of earrings (see image of full set).

The Fife Carers’ Collection is a collection of high quality, original gifts designed for you with care and imagination by Carers in Fife.

Carers contribute so much to our communities and the Collection has provided them with a rare opportunity to take time out to focus on themselves and their creativity.

We are hugely grateful to The Robertson Trust who is supporting this project.

2 in stock

CARE brass Garden brooch standing against black card jewellery box with round, green CARE brand sticker on its top
CARE brass Garden brooch on bed of black shredded tissue, in lower half of black card jewellery box; to its right is the box lid with a round, green CARE brand sticker on its top.
CARE brass Garden brooch lying on its front to reveal its 2 butterfly pin fasteners on the reverse. To its right is its black card jewellery box which has a round, green CARE brand sticker on the top.
CARE brass jewellery, Garden design: on the left in its black card box is a pendant, and to its right, balanced against the black card jewellery box lid (with a round, green CARE brand sticker) is a brooch. Below them both lie a pair of earrings with hooks.

Meet The Fife Carers’ Collection Artists

In the first phase of this project, carers have worked with: Poet, artist and perfumer Rebecca Sharp www.rebeccajoysharp.com; Artist Alan Grieve www.instagram.com/workspacedunfermline; Ceramicist Gavin Burnett www.facebook.com/gavinburnettceramics. All are Fife-based.