Flower Brooches

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These are just a few of the beautiful flower art brooches available from Stamp Style

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This cultivar was made in England in 1871 and was painted by Augusta Innes Withers (1792-1869).  She was appointed the botanical painter to Queen Adelaide and then flower painter to Queen Victoria.  It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail.  This fabulous botanical painting of Fuschia Princess of Wales, with its colourful pinks and purples, would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover. True Colors, Colours, Royal Mail, Princess Of Wales, Queen Victoria, Flower Brooch, Postage Stamps, Flower Art, Brooches

19th Century Flower Painting - Fuschia Princess of Wales -1st Class Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

This cultivar was made in England in 1871 and was painted by Augusta Innes Withers (1792-1869). She was appointed the botanical painter to Queen Adelaide and then flower painter to Queen Victoria. It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail. This fabulous botanical painting of Fuschia Princess of Wales, with its colourful pinks and purples, would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover.

This is a Vietnamese 12xu Broussonetia papyrifera/ paper mulberry Wild Flower stamp issued in 1977.    The delicate design of the flower of this used stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery.  It is square in format and dimensions are approximately 2" x 2" - 50mm x 50mm.  A nickel plated brooch pin with safety catch is used as a fastening. Flower Stamp, Flower Art, Flower Brooch, Brooch Pin, True Colors, Colours, Paper Mulberry, Faraway Tree, Postage Stamps

Wild Flower 1977 Vietnamese Postage Stamp Brooch

This is a Vietnamese 12xu Broussonetia papyrifera/ paper mulberry Wild Flower stamp issued in 1977. The delicate design of the flower of this used stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery. It is square in format and dimensions are approximately 2" x 2" - 50mm x 50mm. A nickel plated brooch pin with safety catch is used as a fastening.

This variegated flower was painted in 1825 by London nurseryman, Alfred Chandler (1804-1896).  It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail .  The white and pink petal colours of this Camelia Japonica makes this an eye catching  brooch.  The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery.  It is square in format and a nickel plated brooch pin with safety catch is used as a fastening. Flower Brooch, Brooch Pin, True Colors, Colours, Faraway Tree, Pink Petals, Royal Mail, Postage Stamps, Flower Art

19th Century Flower Painting - Camelia Japonica - 1997 Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

This variegated flower was painted in 1825 by London nurseryman, Alfred Chandler (1804-1896). It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail . The white and pink petal colours of this Camelia Japonica makes this an eye catching brooch. The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery. It is square in format and a nickel plated brooch pin with safety catch is used as a fastening.

This bloom, painted by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770) is a native of Brazil and Argentina.  It is commonly known as the Blue Passionflower.  It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail.  This painting of the Passionflower would make a stunning and eye catching, wearable piece of art for any flower lover.  The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery. True Colors, Colours, Passion Flower, Royal Mail, Flower Brooch, Postage Stamps, Flower Art, Brooches, Nativity

19th Century Flower Painting - Passiflora Coerulea, Blue Passionflower - Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge

This bloom, painted by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770) is a native of Brazil and Argentina. It is commonly known as the Blue Passionflower. It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail. This painting of the Passionflower would make a stunning and eye catching, wearable piece of art for any flower lover. The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery.

The original painting of Magnolia Grandiflora was made using watercolour and gouache on vellum, by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770).  It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail.  This fabulous pictorial painting of Magnolia Grandiflora's flower would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover.  The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery. True Colors, Colours, Royal Mail, Flower Brooch, Gouache, Postage Stamps, Flower Art, Magnolia, Brooches

19th Century Flower Painting - Magnolia Grandiflora - 1st Class Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

The original painting of Magnolia Grandiflora was made using watercolour and gouache on vellum, by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770). It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail. This fabulous pictorial painting of Magnolia Grandiflora's flower would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover. The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery.

This 1814 illustration by Pierre-Joseph Redoute (1759-1840) was made from a Brazilian bulb grown in a London hot-house. Its cultivars today are known as amaryllis. It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail.  This fabulous botanical illustration of Hippeastrum Rutilum, with its stunning pink trumpet, captures the character of the flower and would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover. True Colors, Colours, Hot House, Royal Mail, Flower Brooch, Botanical Illustration, Trumpet, Postage Stamps, Flower Art

19th Century Flower Painting - Hippeastrum Rutilum - 1st Class Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

This 1814 illustration by Pierre-Joseph Redoute (1759-1840) was made from a Brazilian bulb grown in a London hot-house. Its cultivars today are known as amaryllis. It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail. This fabulous botanical illustration of Hippeastrum Rutilum, with its stunning pink trumpet, captures the character of the flower and would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover.

Painted by Charlotte Caroline Sowerby (1820-1865) is aIt is square in format and dimensions are approximately 2" x 2" - 50mm x 50mm.  A nickel plated brooch pin with safety catch is used as a fastening.  hybrid created in the mid 1880's.  It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail.  This fabulous botanical painting, with a bright orange, daisy like flower would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover. Flower Brooch, Brooch Pin, True Colors, Colours, Faraway Tree, Royal Mail, Postage Stamps, Badges, Flower Art

19th Century Flower Painting - Guzmania Splendens - 1st Class Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

Painted by Charlotte Caroline Sowerby (1820-1865) is aIt is square in format and dimensions are approximately 2" x 2" - 50mm x 50mm. A nickel plated brooch pin with safety catch is used as a fastening. hybrid created in the mid 1880's. It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail. This fabulous botanical painting, with a bright orange, daisy like flower would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover.

This cultivar was made in England in 1871 and was painted by Augusta Innes Withers (1792-1869).  She was appointed the botanical painter to Queen Adelaide and then flower painter to Queen Victoria.  It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail.  This fabulous botanical painting of Fuschia Princess of Wales, with its colourful pinks and purples, would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover. True Colors, Colours, Royal Mail, Princess Of Wales, Queen Victoria, Flower Brooch, Postage Stamps, Flower Art, Brooches

19th Century Flower Painting - Fuschia Princess of Wales -1st Class Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

This cultivar was made in England in 1871 and was painted by Augusta Innes Withers (1792-1869). She was appointed the botanical painter to Queen Adelaide and then flower painter to Queen Victoria. It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail. This fabulous botanical painting of Fuschia Princess of Wales, with its colourful pinks and purples, would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any flower lover.

This 1765 painting by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770) is of the Stemless Blue Gentian.  It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail.  This fabulous botanical painting of the intense blue, trumpet like flower would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any plant lover.  The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery. True Colors, Colours, Royal Mail, Flower Brooch, Trumpet, Postage Stamps, Flower Art, Brooches, Beautiful Flowers

19th Century Flower Painting - Gentiana Acaulis - 1st Class Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

This 1765 painting by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770) is of the Stemless Blue Gentian. It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail. This fabulous botanical painting of the intense blue, trumpet like flower would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any plant lover. The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery.

This fiery red flower with its ragged petals came originally from southwest Asia, painted by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770).  It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail.  This fabulous botanical painting of Tulipa Gesneriana captures the character of the flower and would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any tulip lover.  The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery. Red Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, True Colors, Colours, Fiery Red, Royal Mail, Flower Brooch, Postage Stamps, Tulip

19th Century Flower Painting - Tulipa Gesneriana - 1st Class Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

This fiery red flower with its ragged petals came originally from southwest Asia, painted by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770). It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail. This fabulous botanical painting of Tulipa Gesneriana captures the character of the flower and would make a stunning, wearable piece of art for any tulip lover. The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery.

Century Flower Painting - The English Iris - Iris Latifolia - 1997 Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin True Colors, Colours, Faraway Tree, Royal Mail, Pyrenees, Flower Brooch, Postage Stamps, Flower Art, Brooches

19th Century Flower Painting - English Iris - Iris Latifolia,1997 Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

This flower was originally known as Iris Xiphionides, and commonly as the English Iris, although it hails from the Pyrenees. It was painted by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770). It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail . This fabulous botanical painting seems to capture the essence of the flower and would make an eye catching, wearable piece of art for any Iris lover.

This variegated flower was painted in 1825 by London nurseryman, Alfred Chandler (1804-1896).  It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail .  The white and pink petal colours of this Camelia Japonica makes this an eye catching  brooch.  The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery.  It is square in format and a nickel plated brooch pin with safety catch is used as a fastening. Flower Brooch, Brooch Pin, True Colors, Colours, Faraway Tree, Pink Petals, Royal Mail, Postage Stamps, Flower Art

19th Century Flower Painting - Camelia Japonica - 1997 Postage Stamp Brooch/ Badge/ Pin

This variegated flower was painted in 1825 by London nurseryman, Alfred Chandler (1804-1896). It was printed as one of a set of ten, 1st class stamps issued in 1997 by The Royal Mail . The white and pink petal colours of this Camelia Japonica makes this an eye catching brooch. The unused stamp is encased in a vintage slide mount, with glass, making this a unique piece of jewellery. It is square in format and a nickel plated brooch pin with safety catch is used as a fastening.