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  • Fibula

    Discover our collection of magnificent fibulae & brooches to perfect your style!

    What is a fibula?

    A fibula , a pin or a brooch are decorative jewels , generally equipped with a clasp to attach to clothing.

    The prevailing climate in northern Europe, pushed this style of jewelry to become a characteristic ornament, it was commonly used as a closure for a heavy coat or tunic. Brooches and brooches were made in many different shapes across Europe.

    The ancestor of the safety pin (safety pin), the fibula is today a fashion accessory in its own right . We therefore value it, rightly, by offering you several models of these extraordinary jewels .

    The fibula: an atypical beauty accessory

    In particular, we offer you pin brooches for clothing that will bring a touch of originality to all your outfits. These pieces will complement your looks perfectly, for an evening or an outing, every day. You can also offer them on the occasion of the birthday of a loved one. Likewise, if you are looking for a vintage accessory for a wedding, do not hesitate to opt for these brooches. We also have brooches representative of hair brooches.

    In addition, our brooches are exclusive accessories forged by the hands of qualified people, with suitable materials. They are notably made of metal, more precisely of zinc alloy, which gives them exceptional strength and durability. Also, they are inspired by the forms of Viking jewelry , to obtain magnificent objects. You will find in particular accessories representative of the Roman , Berber or Gallic fibula .

    Symbolic jewelry

    Appearing in prehistoric times, fibulae have always been symbolic objects . They were first used to fasten clothes. They were then decorative metal pins used to fix the ends of a garment.

    Then, they were decorated and chiseled pieces, during antiquity. They could be gold, silver or ivory , and wear precious stones. They were also found in cloisonné enamel among the Byzantines, while they appeared in goldsmithery in the Middle Ages.

    The fibulae had a meaning that varied according to their provenance. There was in particular the Roman fibula which could be representative, according to the models, of a rank in the army. Similarly, certain forms of fibulae were used as amulets to ward off bad luck.