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Don’t get the wrong impression. Tough as his leather jacket and smooth as his hair gel. He’s just a sweetheart really.
Each piece is hand assembled, hand painted and released in limited quantities. All designs are made from layered resin. All metal components including brooch clasps, necklace chains and jump rings are made from stainless steel.Designs come packaged in Erstwilder gift boxes.
Please be aware that resin is akin to ceramic and glass and therefore may be damaged if dropped or knocked. Keep your Erstwilder companion neatly tucked away in this box when not being worn, avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, water and excessive sunlight and you’ll have a trusted friend for years to come.
Love my new brooch. The quality of the material and the colors are perfect. It looks extra cute next to his girlfriend, Rizzo!
Wow, the quality of this piece is out of this world! What better way to celebrate 40 years of grease with this iconic brooch! I’m in love!
I've had Rizzo for a while, and couldn't resist the opportunity to reunite her with Kenickie - my new party trick is wearing them both together and watching people's faces as they recognise my brooches! As always, packaging is perfect and customer service second to none. Keep up the great work E team!
Kenickie, Kenickie... How can you not love that smirk on his face? Such a great image and I love wearing him with more of a rock 'n' roll or a classic flannel outfit.
Love his smirky quirky grin.
Bright yellow and black resin created a show-stopping, stunning, eyepopping, statement brooch.
I love the holographic design, they're so shiny!
I love a little surprise.
I can't always decide what I like best. I got a little guitar this time and I'm so bloody pleased! It's cute and well made. I love it!
first time purchaser, was super impressed with speed of delivery. Rusty is amazing and was most impressed with my lucky dip. highly recommend to anyone.
I love my Tiny Toxic Tim brooch! It was packaged beautifully and included a pamphlet naming the animals in the collection. I’d like to see the species named in the ‘story’ on the website so Corroboree Frogs get the appreciation they deserve!