Silver brooch created from your child's drawing

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Cat silver brooch from childs drawing.jpg

Silver brooch created from your child's drawing


Handmade solid silver brooch based on the drawings of one or more children.

Hallmarked sterling silver. Size and shape varies depending on drawings and customer's preference.  Supplied with a sterling silver safety fastening.  Made from heavyweight 1.5mm thick silver.

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handmade silver brooch from childs cat drawing

A perfect way to capture your love.

We have solved the problem of choosing a special present for Mums, wives and Grandmas. Whether for a birthday, Christmas or Mother's Day these handmade brooches, based on the drawings of one or more of her children, are guaranteed to bring a smile to her face.

These solid silver brooches come with a heavyweight sterling silver safety fastening. The piece can be made in any shape, from oval to square or rectangle. A popular choice is to have the brooch in the shape of the drawing as this adds to the quirky handmade look of the jewellery.

Handmade silver jewellery presented in exclusive gift boxes

Very young children have not been left out as squiggles, splodges, handprints or footprints can all be used!

All brooches are sent to Birmingham Assay Office to be tested for the purity and quality of silver before being stamped with the 'AM Jewellery' designer mark and the British hallmark.

Each piece is supplied in AM Jewellery gift boxes. These have a special surprise for the person receiving the jewellery as each has a miniature version of the child's drawing in the lid.

Ordering is easy: simply complete your order and email your drawings to us, quoting your name and order number. After checking your artwork we will get back to you with the suggested size and shape of the brooch.  If you have any other questions then simply drop us a note with your drawings and we will get in touch before work starts on your commission. 

Many thanks Avril - it is delightful and we’re really pleased.
— Peggy Goodwin