The Polli brooch collection is a modern take on the 1950s staple accessory. These timbre trinkets may be retro in feel, but they have been revamped from the ones that were found on your grandmother's collar back in the day.
Each piece is constructed from sustainable plantation pine and features brightly colored panels that come together in a way that resembles a stained-glass window. Cameras, buildings and teeny tiny animals make up the collection of accessories.
As well as being constructed from ecologically friendly materials, these cute adornments are also delivered in a pouch made from organic cotton. The entire line of jewelry from co-founders and lead designers Maja Rose and Tess Lloyd make a minimal ecological footprint while still being fashion-forward.
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The Polli Brooch Collection is a Colorful Revival of the Accessory
- By: Sarah MooreApr 11, 2012