Brooch for men began life as functional, utilitarian items that were used to secure pieces of clothing, like a loincloth. The first recorded brooches were made of thorns and flint, while pins crafted from metal date back to the bronze age.
Centuries later, there’s so much transition that the humble brooch has made. From being a utility item to now being treated as a fashion staple the brooch has seen it all. What once was considered to be a jewelry possession for women has today made its way into men’s wardrobes as well.
A journey that started in Jaipur’s Johri Bazar has today taken the fashion world by storm, burning ramps across fashion weeks. Birdichand Ghanshyam jewellers have been pioneers in fine jewellery. Through the years they’ve focused on craftsmanship, passion and artistic flair that reflects in every piece of jewellery that they create. We at Fashion Most Wanted pinned history to our pockets and took a walk down royal lanes of Jaipur in sheer Birdichand style.
Inspired by tombs and vintage coins, carved with polki, gold, diamonds, and emeralds, this brooch for men adds the royal touch to your suit, creating a statement every time you walk into a boardroom.
Every rider has that one special horse. That one horse who changes everything about them. The chic horse motif brooch for men pinned to your chest acts as a representation of your personality – strong, bold, elegant, and always ahead of your times.
Powerful and fierce, this attractive archaic brooch with elephant motif and vintage coins is the perfect brooch for men when you want to brooch your way into being the talk of town.
What’s a wedding if it is just about the clothes? Make your accessories the one stealing the limelight with these fine brooch for men. Accessorize your Indian attire with this elegantly designed brooch for men by Birdichand, finely crafted to include vintage coins.
Birdichand is redefining the saying ‘Good things come in small packages’. Their brooch for men are symbolic of their belief of extracting perfection from every jewel that enters their showroom.
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Story by: Giselle Mendes | Photography by: Sushant Sawant