At Renaissance Faires
one may see ladies crowned
with a circlet of flowers.
Often there are booths
where fresh and straw flowers
are twisted tied
wreaths and circlets.
Spring Wreath Brooch
and other blossoms
with accompanied foliage
ornament this this Wreath of Spring.
Crowned with blooms
and fashioned like a circlet
twisted stems behind,
this sculpture of a circlet
has a brooch pin for your scarf,
jacket, cape or cloak.
Perfect for Ren-Fair enthusiasts
and lovers of Spring.
2 1/4” by 1 1/2” with the classic hing-and-clasp brooch back
Where to purchase your Spring Wreath Brooch
For more nature jewelry designs, see my Flora and Fauna page
Circlets are typically “earned” as a Priestess goes through her “steps” in training. The criteria is different from circle to circle, yet the meaning remains the same: it is a mark of success in her training.
This Priestess Circlet is of original knot work: each bend and fold of the knot was specifically designed for the Priestess and was not re-created for anyone else. The central star is the classic woven Pentacle beginning and ending at the top representing that all thing come from and rely on the Spirit. The knot work on each side is of flames, representing the transformational qualities of the work involved when wearing it in circle: both of the focused tasks and the transformation of the Priestess Herself.
This now resides in the collection of the Priestess Herself, the image she took for me to share with you. Should you wish something like this made for you, be sure to see my How to order Custom page.