Mackenzie & George is delighted to announce that its new collection of exquisite, handmade feather brooches is available now… and there really is something for everyone.
The brooches, created by Wendy Goode, use a range of naturally sourced feathers and are made in the Scottish Highlands. Each brooch is unique and carefully designed to ensure that the feathers’ natural beauty comes through and complements the fedora, jacket or any other garment it’s worn with.
“We have worked with Wendy for a number of years and just adore the beautiful feather brooches she produces,” said Melanie Clarihew, co-founder of Mackenzie & George. “Our pins are well known on the country circuit, and that’s why we’re so excited to share this new collection. With many completely new combinations and a few much larger feather pieces too, we can’t wait to see them out at shows this year.”
The feathers are often seen on fedoras, which have become a staple of many country outfits. The feathers are hand arranged into upcycled shotgun cartridge and rifle casings, or handmade silver and bronze cones, and have a secure pin at the back. Each pin is different and uses a range of feathers from game birds such as pheasants, mallard and guinea fowl, but also include feathers from peacocks and blue jay, amongst others.
Mackenzie & George’s new collection of feather pins retail between £34.99 and £49.99 depending on the design. These can be purchased alone or with a felt fedora.