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  • Red Crystal/ Diamante Silver Poppy Brooch/ Pin - Royal British Legion

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    Poppy Brooches are an increasingly popular accessory worn by Kate Middleton, Jessica Ennis-Hill and many other celebrities. Beautiful Ruby Red, Black Opal Green Peridot Pavé set Austrian Crystal silve...
  • WW1 Centenary Poppy Brooch

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    This Centenary Brooch has The "Ode of Remembrance" taken from Laurence Binyon's poem, "For the Fallen" engraved into the enamel Poppy petals and centre piece. The exhortation.
  • NEW LARGE POPPY BROOCH GOLD PLATED BRIGHT RED DIAMANTE CRYSTAL FLOWER PIN BROACH

    10% donated to RBL ROYAL BRITISH LEGION Remembrance Day
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    Type: stunning new large poppy flower brooch. QTY: 1 brooch. We are a UK seller focused on Fashion Jewellery at affordable prices. All our products are brand new.
  • NEW STUNNING POPPY BROOCH RED RHINESTONE CRYSTALS FAB BROACH GREAT GIFT PRESENT

    10% donated to RBL ROYAL BRITISH LEGION Remembrance Day
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    New stunning poppy brooch red rhinestone crystals gold broach great gift present. Stunning poppy brooch with red rhinestone crystals and green enameled stalk. Material: alloy, rhinestone crystals and ...
  • Royal British Legion Buckley Cyrstal Large Poppy Brooch

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    For those who are concerned about buying a poppy item online and the morals of this (as I am in selling it), rest assured I am selling as I wish to reinvest the money in one of the more expensive RBL ...

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About Poppy

Since 1920, people have worn poppies on Remembrance Day as a mark of respect to commemorate all of the soldiers who have died in conflict. Inspired by one of the most popular poems from the First World War, 'In Flanders Fields' '“ which references the red poppies that grew over the soldiers' graves '“ the red poppy is now associated with the servicemen and women who have been killed in war and is used as a memorial symbol which is recognised all over the world, especially in the UK and Canada. Traditionally, paper poppies are pinned onto clothing in the weeks before Remembrance Day on 11th November, with newsreaders, politicians and celebrities wearing them on television. However more permanent marks of respect are becoming increasingly popular, with people wearing poppy-shaped brooches, badges, pins, earrings, necklaces and other items of jewellery. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, styles range from simple knitted pins to brooches that are intricately decorated with crystals and lined in gold, however, they are all usually red and black in colour, to bear a real likeness to the iconic flower. Many also come with a green leaf which adds an extra splash of colour, and some items incorporate the cross of St George and other flags. Although poppies are mainly worn to show appreciation for the men and women who have given their lives for their country, they are beautiful and decorative accessories in their own right too.