Each piece of Andrew Logan’s jewellery is a unique work of art and this brooch embodies his joyful vision of the universe.  The piece of wearable art was created by Andrew Logan in 2020 It has been signed and dated by Andrew Logan on the reverse side.  He has named this piece 'Kiss and Tell' and includes a suspended section, repurposed from an item purchased in Jaipur, India.

The top oval section of the brooch features two pale amber-coloured, teardrop-shaped crystals surrounded by tiny diamante crystals set into a golden metal casing.  These are laid over resin decorated with a silver mirror disc, four amber-coloured, square, glass cubes and two facetted, amber, flower crystals, encrusted with white and silver glitter.

The suspended section comprises 21 clear, glass beads, arranged in 7 rows of 3, encased within individual metal fitments and linked by small metal hoops.  The bottom row of hoops has three pale green, glass, teardrop-shaped beads hanging from a gold coloured filigree bead cap.

A safety pin embedded in the grey resin at the rear enables you to affix this brooch to your favourite item of clothing.  The approximate dimensions of the oval part of the brooch are 5.5 by 6 cm at the widest points.  The suspended section measures around 10 by 3 cm and the brooch has a total weight of 75 g.  This unique example of wearable sculpture will add a dramatic flourish to your outfit.