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Vintage Morskie Oko Silver Brooch

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

Named after the emerald green depths of Morskie Oko lake deep in Poland’s Tatra Mountains, the twisted branches and central stone setting of this Victorian era brooch would have been worn as a ‘statement piece’ by romantically-inclined 19th century Krakovians. Morskie Oko literally translates as ‘Eye of the Sea’.


Thought to be the oldest form of jewelry, brooches have been around since the introduction of modesty-covering loincloths. From their humble, utilitarian roots they grew to become male status symbols and, later, an el... Read More

Details and Dimensions

1.75" Diameter.

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