Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper
Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper

Butterfly Beauty Necklace in Zebra Longwing and Antique Copper

Regular price $34.00

Details

Pendant: Antique copper plated glass pendant filled with an ethically sourced butterfly wing and dried baby's breath (A little over 2 1/2 inches in size)

Butterfly: Zebra Longwing, found in my garden, part of my "Florida Native" butterfly wing necklace collection that features ethically sourced wings found locally in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Chain: 29 inch antique copper plated chain accented tiger's eye beads at the clasp

Availability: Each butterfly wing necklace is uniquely one of a kind

“Tiger’s Eye is a most ancient talisman, mysterious and powerful, revered and feared - an “all-seeing all-knowing eye,” thought to grant a wearer the ability to observe everything, even through closed doors. It has been highly regarded throughout history as a stone of prosperity and good fortune, protecting one’s resources and reflecting back malice or threats from others.”

 *It is not recommended to wear handmade jewelry in wet or strenuous activities. Please take care to remove all pieces while swimming, bathing, playing sports, etc.

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We recycle these wings, so that they may live on in our jewelry and we support the sanctuaries, so that they may practice more butterfly education and conservation.