The Luna Moth Bracelet
This listing is for a OOAK Luna Moth Bracelet.
Created out of three sterling silver bands, two half round wires edge the bracelet with a central roped wire band. Showcased in the center in a fine silver bezel is a glass cabochon atop a naturally found piece of Luna Moth wing. A small beaded wire circles the wing, and the side is adorned with a leaf and a morning glory flower, that are found all over New Orleans landscapes. The whole bracelet was then given a light patina to give it a more antiqued look and higher contrast, and then given an lavender oil and wax coating to keep it in place and satisfy the senses.
Luna moths have been said to represent rebirth, renewal of body and spirit, regeneration, and may even symbolize the soul itself. They speak of our connection to the Feminine, our inner spirit, and our trust in ourselves.
I consider this bracelet a totem for growth and transformation, and hope the wearer will feel like it showcases their strength.
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DetailsThis bracelet measures 6" long, and 3/4" tall. It was built with 10g sterling silver half round wire bands. The 'moth wing stone' measures 3/4" across and the central pendant measures 1" across. The opening of the bracelet measures 1".
As a side note, due to the natural and delicate nature of the wing it is not recommended to wear this bracelet underwater. Without thinking I have worn mine swimming and it was set completely air tight and there were no issues, however it is always wise to not press ones luck and allow delicate and treasured pieces to receive only minimal time in the elements.
The Southwestern Swamp Collection is an ode to the nature and mindset that inspires and drives me. In the simplest terms, an utter and most important connection to the environment around you. I have made myself a home in the swamp lands in New Orleans, Louisiana. Even in the city, nature is reclaiming what man has built, and we are constantly reminded by buildings overgrown in green vines, walls of cemetery tombs with ferns creeping out from every crack. Nature has been before us, and will