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Pins vs. Brooches
Pins and brooches are an excellent way to accessorize yourself. They are always in fashion, and they add elegance and style to complete your final look.
Diamond pins and brooches are an enduring and elegant complement to a jewelry collection. They can be worn on clothes, hats, coats, jackets, collars, and even on your hair. They also feature different designs, from flower designs to different combinations of shapes, and up to whimsical animals.
Brooches and pins became known during the Bronze age when metal pins became popular, and Celts started wearing pins as cloak fasteners. During Viking times, men and women wore brooches with intricate designs daily. Brooches and pins weren’t originally created as jewelries, they were made to serve as functional item during those times.
Today, brooches and pins are mostly used as a fashion item. Big fashion industries like Chanel and Boucheron have included them in their collection. Brooches and pins have become an essential part of anyone’s wardrobe. Getting yourself a good collection will help you be prepared for any occasion.
Pins and Brooches Differences
There really isn’t much of a difference between brooches and pins. Both are used interchangeably in the fashion world. While most people call them pins nowadays, there are still people, especially estate-and-antique jewelry lovers, who call them brooches.
Brooch: is a fashion decorative accessory for women that usually attaches to clothes or garments worn on the upper body with a rotating pin clasp.
- Brooch is “to adorn as with a brooch”
- Brooches come in different designs and are made from different materials, including diamonds, Swarovski crystals, feathers, plastic stones, sea shells, pearls and pearl imitations.
- Bronze, copper, pewter, steel and silver are used to make brooches’ base or be the only ingredient in the brooch design.
- In the older days brooches were used to hold clothing together.
- You can wear your brooch in your hair if you wish to add sparkle and style. Simply attach a brooch to a plain ponytail holder and tie up your hair as you normally would.
- Brooches are decorative pieces of jewelry that attached to clothing with a sharpened metal or a pin. Brooch is a specific type of pins, and pins is the general category for such pieces of jewelry. Therefore, all brooches are pins, but not all pins are brooches.
Pin: is made out of sharpened steel-wire on the end, and flattened or rounded on the other. Usually, pins attach with a small sharpened rod and push-on safety clasp, but there are some that use rotating rod with a clasp.
- Pin is “to fasten or attach with a pin”
- Pins, commonly used term of today’s fashion brooches and pins.
- Many pins are also made to wear as pendants. Even if yours is not made that way, sometimes you can get it to hang on a chain or ribbon.
- Pins also have different designs on the flattened or rounded end of it. Some pins have flower designs, others have fancy shapes to complement or to add more beauty on the clothing.
- Pins are mostly use to hold the clothing together. Put a piece of felt behind the fabric and pin through both layers to give the pin stability.
- If you are wearing a bandana around your head, you can add pins with cute designs to add more beauty on it.
Pins and brooches are traditionally worn on clothes such as jackets, shirts, dresses, sweaters and hats. In conclusion, pins and brooches serve the same purpose, to hold the clothing together, and to add beauty on the overall look of the wearer. Whether you call it pin or a brooch, we are interested of buying your piece.
How We Evaluate Diamond Pins and Brooches
We will evaluate your diamond pins and brooches in the same way we evaluate your other diamond jewelries. We use the 4C’s, Type of Metal, and Other Gemstones that are in the diamond pin or brooch.
4C’s. We will evaluate the cut, color, clarity and carat weight of the diamond’s attached on the pin. The carat weight is very important from all of the qualities.
Type of Metal. Here are the different types of metal in a diamond pin and brooch: 14k and 18k white or yellow gold, platinum, and silver. We will consider the metal’s expensiveness.
Other Gemstones. A diamond pin or brooch can have different gemstones attached together with it. Gemstones like sapphire and rubies can increase the value of the diamond pin and brooch.
Estimate Price We Pay For Pins and Brooches
How we estimate the price for diamond pins and brooches depends on the evaluation result of your jewelry. We pay more for those jewelry pieces that have higher quality.
Here are a few examples for your reference: a Miadora signature collection in an 18k white gold, with multi-color pearl, and 1 7/8 ctw TDW brown and white diamond pin brooch with color and clarity ranges G-H, and SI1-SI2 can cost up to $3,500. Another example is a Miadora signature collection in an 18k white gold, 3 1/8 ct TDW diamond bow brooch can cost up to $5,400.
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