Brooch Redux: 4 More Pins From the July–August Issue

Brooches have taken up residence in fashion this fall. If you liked our offerings in “Pin-Pin Situation: Brooches Make a Comeback,” consider four more to stock in store.

Brooch in 18k gold with marquise-shape green garnet and black diamonds by Barbara Heinrich

Photo Tim Callahan

Brooch in hammered 18k yellow gold with marquise-shape green garnet with 0.15 ct. t.w. black diamonds, $5,150; Barbara Heinrich Studio

One-of-a-kind lapel pin in 18k rose gold with black rhodium and a 5.88 ct. water opal slice and diamonds by Kimberly McDonald

One-of-a-kind lapel pin in 18k rose gold with black rhodium and a 5.88 ct. water opal slice and diamonds, $12,540; Kimberly McDonald

Spirit Animals snake pin in 18k white gold with carved moose antler, a 1.51 ct. rose-cut pear-shape diamond, and 0.38 ct. t.w. diamonds by K. Brunini Jewels

Spirit Animals snake pin in 18k white gold with carved moose antler, a 1.51 ct. rose-cut pear-shape diamond, and 0.38 ct. t.w. diamonds, $22,725; K. Brunini Jewels

Brooch in 18k white and pink gold with 11 mm. and 12 mm. baroque-shape black South Sea pearls, 2.68 cts. t.w. diamonds, and 1.79 cts. t.w. pink sapphires by Mikimoto

Brooch in 18k white and pink gold with 11 mm and 12 mm baroque-shape black South Sea pearls, 2.68 cts. t.w. diamonds, and 1.79 cts. t.w. pink sapphires, $40,000; Mikimoto

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