Friday, September 19, 2014
Mountain Bluebird Bracelet and Earrings SOLD
I had to rename my bracelet after I discovered that the Meadowlark is actually yellow and drabby brown. The Mountain Bluebird is equally delightful and sports the same lovely muted blue as the glossy coin pearls in this bracelet. While the males are a brighter cerulean blue, the females have blue undertones and soft brown feathers.
"Mountain Bluebirds have a simple repertoire of two song types. At dawn, often while flying, they sing a loud, emphatic, chirruping song similar to that of the American Robin. Throughout the day, they perform a soft, repetitious warbling that can last many minutes." http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/mountain_bluebird/sounds
My piece measures 8.25 inches long and is adjustable for your preferred length. The extra bit falls as an extra dangle. Composed of glossy blue and cream coin pearls, Swarovski crystals, Czechoslovakian polished glass, and vintage brass wire/chain, it'll be a piece you can treasure. Mountain Bluebird also has a few little bronze birdies tucked into the design. Matching earrings are the same smooth glossy coin pearls on high end antiqued hypoallergenic brass lever-back ear wires. Bracelet, $29, Earrings, $14Buy on Etsy here.