Celtic Irish Bronze Brooch
This is a general guideline and conversion table for our clothing. Being a naturalfibre, wool has a certain amount of flexibility and sizes may vary slightly depending on the style.
Our chest width measurements are calculated as the total circumference of the body.
For sizing of capes, please see each cape’s individual product page.
|Chest width (inches)||32-34||34-36||36-38||38-40||40-42||42-44|
|Chest width (cm)||81-86||86-91||91-96||96-101||101-106||106-111|
|Chest width (inches)||38-40||40-42||42-44||44-46||46-48|
|Chest width (cm)||96-101||101-106||106-111||111-116||116-122|
|Chest width (inches)||32-34||34-38||39-42||42-44||44-46||46-48|
|Length of Thumb||2"||2.2"||2.4"||2.6"|
|Height of fingers||1"||1.4"||1.4"||1.4"|
|Width from point to point||33.5"||38.6"|
|Length from collarbone to longest point||27.6"||31.5"|
|Women - Hat Sizes||S||M||L|
|Men- Flat Cap Sizes||S||M||L||XL||XXL|
|UK, Ireland, Australia||US & Canada|
Please note; If you are not sure of your ring size we strongly recommend that you visit your local jeweler.
Add a distinctly Celtic flavor to a favorite coat or shawl with this stunning bronze Irish pin. Inspired by the Celtic torcs of Viking times, this beautiful Irish brooch features intricate Celtic knot work and the iconic spiral design, a symbol of the continuing cycle of life. Handcrafted in County Kilkenny.
- Length 2"
- Gift boxed
The Brooch I ordered is beautiful and exactly what I was expecting.
The items are usually beautiful. I have gotten one or two that looked better in the photo than in person, but this is by far a minimal problem. As stated above, I have had some problems with at least two bronze brooches in which the back "wire" that fits into the clasp "softened" over time, and became too short to actually lock well. The Store denies that this happens, but I would have no reason to make up this problem, since I really liked the brooches!
Quaint and good quality. Just wish it was a little bigger, but it will be a great addition to a scarf !
I like this...just thought it would be a little bigger.
An unusual piece on which we receive many complements and a conversation starter.