With a filigree crown and jewel-like iridescent scales, this brooch screams royalty. Wear her at your collar, waistband, or as a majestic hairpiece. Her shimmering face changes with the light - from royal blue to dark turquoise, with a backlit fuschia glow. Woven brass wire and filigree beads spiral out from the central piece, with regal spikes at the top and fun dangles at the bottom. A special hand made treasure that's most likely one of a kind.
Vintage metal and plastic, on a pin with safety clasp. Hand-marked Japan. Measures 5.5" tall from central spike to central dangle; approximately 2" wide.
As the Reptilian Queen, you'll want to know who falls under your rule! There are four groups of reptiles: Testudines (turtles & tortoises), Squamata (lizards & snakes), Crocodilia (crocs, gators & gharials), and Rhynchocephalia, which is the most interesting. With about 8,700 reptilian species in total, the order Rhynchocephalia belongs to a single animal: New Zealand's tuatara.
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