This pair of earrings is created using an image of a vintage typewriter with lines from Cotillion, 'How the deuce would you know the right way to go on' and 'if you was never taught anything but the wrong way', on its paper. Also featured is the cover of the book plus a photograph of Georgette Heyer, along with replica typewriter keys.
Elinor and Marianne feature on this charming brooch. A beautiful pin made from hard enamel with raised gold-plated outlines. Measures 2.5 x 2 cm. Black rubber pin back.
An adorable set of two Austen inspired enamel pins. One features Austen herself and the other a collection of her novels. Set of two enamel pins with rubber pin back....
These tiny origami roses are made from upcycled old book pages. The earrings are dipped in a water-based finish for durability and shine, and the posts are attached with a...
This book enamel pin is an adorable representation of Pride and Prejudice. Jane Mount's drawing represents the book brilliantly and simply. Made from hard enamel with raised gold-plated outlines. Measures...