Tiger Butterfly Wing, Butterfly Pendant Necklace, Silver Necklace, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Picture Pendant of Wing, Entomology Necklace

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Tiger Butterfly Wing, Butterfly Pendant Necklace, Silver Necklace, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Picture Pendant of Wing, Entomology Necklace
Tiger Butterfly Wing, Butterfly Pendant Necklace, Silver Necklace, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Picture Pendant of Wing, Entomology Necklace
Tiger Butterfly Wing, Butterfly Pendant Necklace, Silver Necklace, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Picture Pendant of Wing, Entomology Necklace
Tiger Butterfly Wing, Butterfly Pendant Necklace, Silver Necklace, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Picture Pendant of Wing, Entomology Necklace

The pendant measures 1 inch / 25mm in diameter excluding the bail. The image is created with a professional printer and encased behind a glass dome.

Sizes
→ Pendant - 1 inch /25 mm
→ Chain 18 inches or 24 inches

Materials
→ Crystal Clear Glass
→ Quality Silver Plated Base
→ Silver plated chain

Things to note
→ I make these by hand so the placement of the design might vary slightly
→ This glass pendant is water resistant but not waterproof, don't submerge in water.
→ Colour may differ in real life compared to what you see on your monitor.

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***Ismenius Tiger Butterfly***
The Ismenius Tiger or Tiger Heliconian is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family found in Central America and northern South America. They are highly populous as south as Ecuador and Venezuela and as north as southern Mexico, Guatemala and Belize. The H. ismenius are more commonly called the tiger-striped long wing butterfly. The H. ismenius’s nickname is blatantly derived from its long butterfly wing structure as well as the beautiful burnt orange and black stripes, which resemble the stripes of a tiger coat. Pierre André Latreille, a French Zoologist, found the Heliconius ismenius in 1817. The H. ismenius is known for being the first individual evidence, other than Charles Darwin’s finch research in the Galapagos Islands, for the proof of natural selection, exemplified by Henry Walter Bates. - Wikipedia

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