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i love how this hair clip turned out! super massive and creepy!!yet very pretty as well! perfect for an elegant halloween party, masquerade ball, or everyday wear if you are like me! beautiful LARGE emerald ABSINTHE green FEATHER butterfuly is decorated lovely with lots of sparkle and glitter in warm golden tones and brass! there are even faceted green rhinestone on the tips of the wings as well! i hand painted and added a partial golden/green/brass skeleton body to the center to really make a statement! so beautful in person! please take care in wearing and attaching the clip as it is made with delicate and intricate pieces! thank you :)the back of this particular piece is stablized with laminate across the wings. these can be removed upon purchase if you would like a more free and tattered look and feel to the wings.

hair clip is 5 inches tall from wing tip to bottom wing and 6 wide at largest points
skeleton body is approx. 3 inches tall

**my lovely model is the GORGEOUS Caitlin Blair Cogar!! see her work here and add her!!

**the BEAUTIFUL photos were taken by the SUPER talented Dark Alchemy Studios - http://www.modelmayhem.com/108539

thank you so much for looking! please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have! <3 thank you for supporting the arts and for buying handmade!

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ABSINTHE steampunk steam punk neo victorian brass gold skeleton FEATHER glitter butterfuly hair clip green skull fascinator


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: feathers, glitter, skeleton
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1070 reviews
  • Favorited by: 60 people