Classic 1960s Butterfly Wing Seashore Scene Silver Ring

In Victorian symbolism, the butterfly represented the soul. Inside faith, the cycle of a butterfly has that means – life (caterpillar), loss of life (chrysalis), rebirth or resurrection (butterfly).

Our classic butterfly ring is about in sterling silver courting again to the 1960s. The ring includes a beautiful blue butterfly wing depicting a tropical scene, the wing is iridescent is color with flecks of purple and inexperienced.

The ring was made by Thomas L. Mott (“TLM”) he was an English jewelry maker within the 1870s. The corporate have been identified for popularising butterfly wing jewelry. A surge within the demand for butterfly wing jewelry elevated within the 1920s after a group of items have been proven on the 1924 British Exposition. Along with his butterfly items, Mott additionally produced jewelry with vibrant island-influenced motifs through the 1960s and 1970s.

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