The earliest form of brooches can be traced back as early as the Bronze Age, when they were made of bone. Also known as fibula, the Romans, Greeks and Celts popularized their use for holding clothing together. The various styles indicated ethnicity and class. Nowadays, brooches come in a variety of styles and materials that are unique to different regions around the world. We invite you to explore Novica's gallery of brooches.
Bali is known as the "Island Paradise" and Made Sriasih shows you why through her silver brooch collection. It includes a fascinating array of flowers and butterflies.
Thailand's Danai immortalizes the exotic beauty of orchids with electroplating techniques. Framed in gold, his one-of-a-kind collection of brooches are ideal gifts from nature.
Designers showcase their creativity with versatile brooch pendants, that may be worn on a chain. Argentinean-born Maria Belen Nilson pays tribute to her adopted Mexico with an original collection of brooch pendants that range from Aztec motifs, to Day of the Dead, to the incomparable Frida Kahlo.
In Peru, Sandra and Lily are a mother-daughter team of talented designers. They share their original brooch designs in a variety of gemstones, including opal and serpentine.