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Watery colors of blue green mingle together on this patina dragonfly necklace.

I layered Verdigris (green) and blue patina on this made in the USA raw brass dragonfly charm. Patina is protected with several coats of lacquer and wax.

Look closely at the bottom wings and you will see ears of corn on them.

~ Zuni Indian legend tells a story about the people foolishly wasting food with a "food fight",
this angered the Corn Maiden and to teach them a lesson she sends famine and drought.
A little boy fashions the first dragonfly from cornstalk and it comes to life. This was pleasing
to the Corn Maiden and they have a plentiful harvest. In the summer you can find the
dragonfly humming among the corn. ~

Small round stones of Jade and larger ovals stones dyed in shades of blue green are tucked in between antiqued copper bead caps.

This necklace measures 18 inches long and is finished with a lobster clasp.

The dragonfly is 1 1/2 inches long and 2 inches wide.

I can make the necklace any length, just let me know!

Elahkwa ("THANK YOU" in Zuni)

Blue patina Dragonfly Necklace Spring Fashion