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Butterflies & Moths

Monarch pin

44.00

Model 0003 pin

1.93 in (49 mm) x 1.1 in (28 mm)

 

Backs, pins, and clasps on all broaches & pins are made of solid sterling silver. Cloisonné jewelry is handcrafted by fusing kiln-fired glass to a sterling silver foundation, and each color is outlined by a fine braid of silver wire. All Bamboo Jewelry is enameled on both the front and back which strengthens pieces and makes the backside smoother to the touch. Lastly, all Bamboo Jewelry comes packaged in eco-friendly bamboo gift boxes lined with anti-tarnish fabric.

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Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) are famous for their epic long distance migrations—which can extend for 3,000 miles from the great plains of southern Canada to threatened overwintering sites high in the mountains of central Mexico. To help protect monarchs visit www.michoacanmonarchs.org.

Monarchs start life as a cone-shaped egg laid by females on the underside of poisonous milkweed leaves. The egg hatches into a black and yellow striped caterpillar which feeds on milkweed, to which it is immune, before transforming into a satiny green chrysalis and then metamorphosizing into a butterfly.