Monarch Migration Necklace *Made to Order*

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Monarch Migration Necklace *Made to Order*

875.00

*Made to Order* the original necklace pictured has SOLD, I would be happy to make a new one just for you! Please contact me to discuss details:
karin@karinalisahouben.com

Natural Phenomena:
Every fall, tens of millions of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) travel up to 3,000 miles in their migration—monarchs east of the Rocky Mountains make their way to central Mexico and those west of the Rockies fly to the California coast. These bright orange-and-black butterflies migrate farther than any other butterfly.
Traveling from southern Canada and across the U.S., monarchs fly up to 80 miles a day, stopping to feed on nectar and to rest.
As they return north in the spring, the monarchs mate, lay eggs on milkweed in the South, and die. After hatching, the next generation of caterpillars metamorphose and finish the journey.

The Monarch Migration Necklace pays homage to this spectacular journey with a trio of vibrantly hued Monarch fluttering across the impossibly blue skies
This natural beauty was meticulously hand-beaded using hundreds of tiny glass Delica beads for the Monarch wings in an incredible palette of pumpkin, tangerine, Spanish orange, jet black ebony and sparkling snow white . The butterfly bodies are represented by rows of faceted bronze Crystal rondells.

The blue skies necklace is comprised of a delectable strand of Arizona Turquoise, embellished with faceted Carnelian & decorative Silver rondells; finished off with an ornate Silver clasp.

wingspans: 3 - 3.5 inches
butterfly cluster length: 3.75 inches
necklace: 18.5 inches

Do your eyes a favor, Google for images of "Monarch Migration"

ps Butterflies and Moths bring us so much beauty and they are wonderful pollinators during their short and fragile life-spans. With this hand-crafted artistic specimen, you can enjoy that beauty and rejoice in the knowledge that not a single wing was harmed in its creation xo

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