• Show you are a real Wagnerian and wear this brooch next Bayreuth Festival.Dimensions: 46 × 40 × 4 mm

  • We bet you adore "Nessum Dorma" or "E lucevan le stelle". Who doesn't?Dimensions: 45 x 53 x 4 mm

  • Do you know anybody who hasn't whistled La donna e mobile or the toast of "La traviata" any time?Dimensions: 44 x 55 x 4 mm

  • Do you love the Romanticism and the piano music? Then, this is your composer… and your brooch.Dimensions: 45 x 49 x 4 mm

  • His work is inspired by nature. Listen his symphonies and let yourself go.Dimensions: 47 x 47 x 4 mm

  • He started composing at age 5 and became one of the most influential composers of all times.Dimensions: 40 x 49 x 4 mm

  • His deafness didn't prevented him from being one of the most important composers of all times.Dimensions: 45 x 50 x 4 mm

  • He was known as the Leipzig Cantor and he was the best one of the 35 composers there were in his family (and the best one of the Baroque era too)Dimensions: 45 x 49 x 4 mm

  • She is Wotan’s favorite Valkyrie. Will she be your favorite brooch, too? "Der Ring des Nibelungen", Richard Wagner.Dimensions: 38 × 48 × 4 mm

  • "Farewell, you bold, wonderful child! You, my heart's holiest pride!" Die Walküre, Richard Wagner.Dimensions: 38 × 20 × 4 mm

  • "Love is a rebellious bird that no one can tame" Carmen, Georges Bizet.Dimensions: 37 × 21 × 4 mm

  • She will seduce you again but, this time, through this brooch. "Carmen", Georges Bizet. Acrylic laser cut brooch.Dimensions: 42 × 46 × 4 mm

  • "Hojotoho! Hojotoho!" Die Walküre, Richard Wagner.Dimensions: 40 × 20 × 4 mm

  • Dive with her into the potion of love. "Tristan und Isolde", Richard Wagner.Dimensions: 40 × 48 × 4 mm

  • "How softly and gently he smiles, how weetly his eyes open." Tristan und Isolde, Richard Wagner.Dimensions: 37 × 20 × 4 mm

  • "None shall sleep! None shall sleep!" Turandot, Giacomo Puccini.Dimensions: 36 × 20 × 4 mm

  • Let Cio-Cio-San sing from your heart to Pinkerton officer."Madama Butterfly", Giacomo Puccini.Dimensions: 34 × 50 × 4 mm

  • "Oh, my beloved father. I love him. He is handsome, handsome." Gianni Schicchi, Giacomo Puccini.Dimensions: 37 × 20 × 4 mm

  • Put this priestess on your tunic and invoke the moon together. "Norma", Vincenzo Bellini. Acrylic laser cut brooch.Dimensions: 36 × 46 × 4 mm

  • "Chaste goddess, whose silver covers these sacred and ancient trees, turn your lovely face to us unclouded and without veil" Norma, Vincenzo Bellini.Dimensions: 37 × 22 × 4 mm

  • Brooch of the main character of "La traviata", Giuseppe Verdi. Acrylic laser cut brooch.Dimensions: 40 × 47 × 4 mm

  • "They call me Mimì, but my real name is Lucia. My story is simple." La bohème, Giacomo Puccini.Dimensions: 32 × 25 × 4 mm

  • Flaunt your brooch in bohemian Paris (or wherever you want). "La bohème", Giacomo Puccini. Acrylic laser cut brooch.Dimensions: 35 × 53 × 4 mm

  • "What a cold, little hand. Let me warm it for you". La bohème, Giacomo Puccini.Dimensions: 36 × 20 × 4 mm

  • "I must always be free, rushing from pleasure to pleasure. I want my life to follow the path of enjoyment." La traviata, Giuseppe Verdi.Dimensions: 32 × 22 × 4 mm

  • "I do not know anymore what I am, what I do. Now I'm on fire, now I'm all ice." Le Nozze di Figaro, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.Dimensions: 36 × 21 × 4 mm

  • "Nothung! Nothung! Fearsome sword!" Siegfried, Richard Wagner.Dimensions: 38 × 20 × 4 mm

  • "Keep away from the ring!" Götterdämmerung, Richard Wagner.Dimensions: 37 × 20 × 4 mm

  • "One furtive tear welled up in her eyes. She seemed to envy those happy young girls." L'elisir d'amore, Gaetano Donizetti.Dimensions: 38 × 20 × 4 mm

  • "What shall I do without Euridice? Where shall I go without my love?" Orfeo ed Euridice, Christoph W. Gluck.Dimensions: 41 × 20 × 4 mm

  • "I lived for art, I lived for love. Never did I harm a living soul!" Tosca, Giacomo Puccini.Dimensions: 39 × 15 × 4 mm

  • "Am I free now? Truly free?" Das Rheingold, Richard Wagner.Dimensions: 35 × 21 × 4 mm

  • "Woman is fickle like a feather in the wind. She changes in voice and in thought." Rigoletto, Giuseppe Verdi.Dimensions: 40 × 20 × 4 mm

  • "Let me weep over my cruel fate and sigh for my lost freedom" Rinaldo, Georg Friedrich Händel.Dimensions: 41 × 22 × 4 mm