Cast in Lead-free, Kid-Safe, Pewter in the USA by skilled American Crafts People.
American Indians sought the butterfly for guidance in regards to Change and Happiness. Early Christians believed the butterfly represented the "soul" and the Ancient Greek word for butterfly was "Psyche.” In China, two butterflies flying together symbolize Love, Bliss and Joy. Most cultures view the butterfly as a symbol of rebirth.
Butterflies are insects of incredible beauty and amazing complexity. Scientific research has shown that the butterfly is the only living being capable of changing entirely its genetic structure during the process of transformation: the caterpillar's DNA is totally different from the butterfly. Thus, it is the symbol of total transformation. Some butterflies can imitate a harmful animal and scare away their own predators. They can change their pigment pattern depending on the season. This makes the butterfly incredibly adaptable.
Let the butterfly guide you as you emerge from your cocoon, and allow it bring color and light into your life.