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The halls of Rydell High follow one simple rule. It’s very important if you want to be cool. That one simple rule: this is Rizzo’s school.
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 all the beautiful Grease pieces, so cool 😎
great customer service and the brooches are exquisite. Melissa
Gorgeous imagining of my favourite Grease character. My parcel arrived so quickly that I was actually a bit shocked. This brooch is about my 15th purchase from Erstwilder and it’s one of my favourites. Very sturdy.
I love Rizzo. This badge is PERFECT. So pleased I got hold of it.
BTW thanks for the always-speedy delivery -- amazing.
Of all the pins on my jacket, my Erstwilder “Rizzo” pin gets the most and immediate compliments! Considering that I played Rizzo in high school, there’s no way I could have passed this up! I love it so much and with the quality and details being so impressive, I know “she’ll” last longer than a summer romance ;-)
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!