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Heliotrope

110.00
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Heliotrope

110.00
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Heliotrope

The tiny clusters of terminations in this frosty amethyst on its grape-dyed cord look just like bunches of heliotropes swaying in the breeze. Two of the main things heliotropes are known for is their use in perfumes, and for being a main source of food for grass jewel butterflies in their caterpillar stage. Now, we’re not suggesting that rocking this necklace will summon swarms of grateful butterflies, or make you smell like fancy perfumes, but can you really be certain that it won’t?

Stone: Amethyst Cluster

Hand Dyed with local Wild Grapes

Cotton Cord Length: 24”

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Heliotrope

The tiny clusters of terminations in this frosty amethyst on its grape-dyed cord look just like bunches of heliotropes swaying in the breeze. Two of the main things heliotropes are known for is their use in perfumes, and for being a main source of food for grass jewel butterflies in their caterpillar stage. Now, we’re not suggesting that rocking this necklace will summon swarms of grateful butterflies, or make you smell like fancy perfumes, but can you really be certain that it won’t?

Stone: Amethyst Cluster

Hand Dyed with local Wild Grapes

Cotton Cord Length: 24”