by David Howell and Co.
In mid to late summer, beautiful monarch butterflies are frequent visitors to the rain garden system and native plant pollinator garden located at the WheatonArts entrance circle.
Created in celebration of the monarch, these giclee print earrings measure approximately 1.5″ long, with hypo-allergenic french wires.
Each pair of earrings is elegantly presented in a 3″ x 4.25″ lidded box with printed insert.
The monarch butterfly — with its easily-recognizable orange-and-black pattern — will only lay its eggs on milkweed plants, the primary food source for the monarch caterpillars. The disappearance of milkweed from the monarch's habitat has dramatically impacted its population. Individuals can help by planting native milkweed in their gardens.
For more than 30 years, David Howell & Company has specialized in the design and manufacturing of sophisticated, museum quality gifts – made in America.