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Cobalt

120.00
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Cobalt

120.00

Cobalt milkweed beetles are known for their iridescent blue exoskeletons and their stubby antenna. They, much like monarch butterflies, love to chow down on milkweed plants. If nothing else, we think their coloring is pretty darn gorgeous, just like that of this flashy labradorite on avocado-dyed cord. Sometimes, you just need something pretty in your life.


Stone: Labradorite

Setting: Copper

24” Cotton Cord, Hand Dyed with Avocado

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Cobalt milkweed beetles are known for their iridescent blue exoskeletons and their stubby antenna. They, much like monarch butterflies, love to chow down on milkweed plants. If nothing else, we think their coloring is pretty darn gorgeous, just like that of this flashy labradorite on avocado-dyed cord. Sometimes, you just need something pretty in your life.


Stone: Labradorite

Setting: Copper

24” Cotton Cord, Hand Dyed with Avocado