Andrew Logan jewellery includes brooch pins, each of which is handcrafted and unique.  His unisex lapel brooches can be a statement piece and each brooch bears Andrew Logan’s signature.  He designed this horse brooch in 2013 and it has been on display at the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture.  It is named 'White Horses' and Andrew Logan hopes this one-off piece of wearable sculpture brings joy to its new owner.

The brooch features a silver, metal cut-out of a horse with two Keshi pearls at its feet, decorated with fragments of silver mirror, blue and cream glitter, set into white resin.

The subtle brooch measures approximately 7.5 by 5 cm at its widest points and weighs only 17g, making it suitable to wear on most delicate fabrics.  It can be attached to your favourite item of clothing using a small safety pin embedded in the reverse side.