The Coy Cockatiel Brooch

The Coy Cockatiel Brooch by Pete Cromer for Erstwilder
The Coy Cockatiel Brooch by Pete Cromer for Erstwilder

Please note each piece may differ slightly from one another, and from the example pictured. ‘The Coy Cockatiel' features terrifically textured and ravishing rippled resins, the textures of which will differ with each and every piece, making each and every piece entirely unique!

Don't get too cocky, this bright and beautiful brooch features a collection of textured and bubble resins ready to fly into your collection. With hand-assembled details, our Coy Cockatoo brooch brings Erstwilder X Pete Cromer to life! 

Sing us a song you’re a Cockatiel. Squawk us a tune, tonight. A one bird choir, with joy and might!

Original Designer: Pete Cromer

Height 61 mm x Width 42 mm

Each piece is hand assembled, hand painted and released in limited quantities. All designs are made from layered resin. As designs are produced from original illustrations and are hand assembled, hand painted and hand finished, there may be minor differences from piece to piece, making each as unique as those who wear them. Metal components used in creating this piece include a beautiful and strong silver-plated steel brooch pin. Any earring posts, earring hooks, necklace chains and jump rings used for this piece are made from silver-plated 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. Due to the use of high-quality silver-plating in our brooch clasps, tarnishing and oxidisation can occur, producing a black and gold discolouration. As with all silver products, you can simply restore it using a silver cloth. 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.

The Coy Cockatiel Brooch by Pete Cromer for Erstwilder
The Coy Cockatiel Brooch by Pete Cromer for Erstwilder