old world swallowtail butterfly - beaded brooch by trovelore
Old World Swallowtail butterfly embellished brooch pin by Trovelore.
This instantly recognisable yet relatively rare Old World Swallowtail has fairly large wings and striking long tails with a characteristic red dot on its wings. The caterpillars feed exclusively on milk-parsley found in parts of Norfolk in East Anglia.
- Dimensions: width 7cm x height 6cm
- Materials: cotton, felt, metal & beads, hand embroidered
- Comes in a beautiful velvet lined gift box with maker's story
- Handmade in India
Trovelore is a small hand makers studio creating timeless and classic nature inspired jewellery made by artisans using needlework and mixed materials.
We lovingly pack and ship your order direct from our studio in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
Your order will be shipped within one to three days – we'll let you know as soon as its on its way and where possible we'll send you a tracking number so you can follow its journey from our studio to you!
Delivery Options and Timeframes
We offer free local delivery for Hobart addresses within the 7000 and 7008 postcode areas - just select this option at checkout.
We offer two flat rate shipping options for destinations within Australia:
- Standard – typically 3 - 10 business days depending on destination
- Express – typically 1 - 4 business days depending on destination
We recommend choosing the Express Post option at checkout for faster deliveries.
We'll calculate the postage cost for your order automatically at checkout based on its weight, dimensions and destination and (after we've carefully packed it) send it on its way to you using Australia Post.
Delivery times to international destinations vary but generally please allow 10 - 30 business days for delivery. You can find out more about expected delivery times for specific destinations on the Australia Post website.
We recommend that you check with your local customs office for any duties or taxes that may apply to orders over a certain amount. Where these charges apply they are your responsibility to pay as they will be charged to you directly by your government.