Aymara Oval Yellow Flower Butterfly Cufflinks come from The Pilpintuwasi Butterfly Orphanage in Peru. The male species of Hamadryas Feronia is commonly referred to as "crackers" due to their ability to produce a clearly audible sound similar to the crackling of bacon in a frying pan. While these cufflinks do not include this aphrodisiac sound, each cufflink is a testament to the intricacies of nature and will support the continuation and growth of each species through your purchase. Because we are passionate about the efforts of the Amazon Animal Orphanage, 10% of all the proceeds from these Butterfly Cufflinks go towards supporting the orphanage. The cufflinks are made from real Phoebis Philea Butterfly wings, which are then enameled over, and set in oval shaped Peruvian Sterling Silver. Phoebis Philea are known to be swift, high fliers, and can be seen flying in open lowland areas such as gardens, forest edges, and parks. They feed on rich nectar from a wide variety of wild flowers. . Phoebis Philea's radiant color patterns are sure to instantly transform any suit jacket into wearable art, and you can feel good about supporting the sanctuary for butterflies!
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