This flying fish brooch can be worn simply or with a flower as a boutonniere on the lapel. The body of the fish is water tight and both the wings and tail are articulated. It is made using the ancient techniques of Chasing and repousee, making it entirely unique.
An eclectic range, from decanters to napkin rings, Bryony’s work is based on a love of storytelling, each piece brought to life using repousse and chasing, often with enamel or gilded details. The onlooker’s curiosity is sparked by her figurative silverware; as the object is handled, unexpected movement, colour and texture – and dual functions – are revealed.