- Handmade item
- Materials: chipboard, photo paper, surgical steel
- Ships worldwide from New Hampshire, United States
The First Robin of Spring~~
The robin is considered a symbol of spring. A well-known example is a poem by Emily Dickinson, “I Dreaded That First Robin So”. Among other 19th-century poems about the first robin of spring is “The First Robin” by Dr. William H. Drummond, which according to the author’s wife is based on a Quebec superstition that whoever sees the first robin of spring will have good luck
I chose images of an American Robin and a Robin egg for this pair of asymmetrical earrings. Images are on laminated photo paper and layered with chipboard. A gold tone metal bird bead tops the egg with a 12mm setting dangling below the robin. The earrings dangle from surgical steel ear wires at a length of 3-1/4″.
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