Protective Auditory Mimicry Earrings

These earrings made from beetle wings commemorate a Museum exhibit that compares the resonant frequencies of beetles and gemstones.

The beetle wings used in the making of these earrings are responsibly harvested in Thailand from the species Sternocera. These wood boring beetles are not collected until after their natural life cycle.

Please specify 14k gold fill or sterling silver (not shown) findings, and kindly note that the glass beads and wings used in every pair of earrings will display subtle variations from the ones depicted. Earrings measure approx. 2.5-inches long.

A Note About Our Commemorative Products: This item is produced by and for the Museum only, and is made under its direct and careful supervision. The quality of Museum reproduction and adaptations is an overriding concern. Proceeds, as always, are used entirely in support of the Museum and its programs.
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