This gorgeous "Beauty of Dragonflies" Small Wallet is absolutely mesmerizing. A cluster of dragonflies in complementary blues, greens and browns take flight on the front to the back of this masterpiece. The producers of this fabulous wallet have added stitched detail to some of the dragonfly wings and embossed printing to make this work of art and quality accessory to show off to all your friends.
Snap this wallet open to find eleven credit card slots, one clear plastic photo id slot, a large money pocket and two additional large pockets. Flip this wallet over and unzip the back to find two large compartments for change and receipts.
A group of dragonflies can be referred to as a "cluster" or a "flight". But we have chosen to go with a "beauty" as referenced in the classic novel by Laline Paull - The Bees in which she says: "Before Flora knew it a beauty of dragonflies was upon them, mesmerizing and terrible in their iridescent armor". "A Beauty" just seemed to describe this pretty design so fittingly.
Just a Few Popular Dragonfly Myths or Legends:
When a loved one passes: Whether it be human or pet … it is believed that they CAN appear to you as a butterfly, dove, rabbit, or any other number of insects or animals. But quite often, in the summer months, they have been know to appear as a dragonfly. When this happens, the animal or insect will usually do something that is out of character that catches your attention. They may land on you or on an item near you, come into your home, or simply appear within your view and maybe pause for longer than usual, right in front of you as if they trying to communicate a message to you. This is believed to be a common type of communication from a spirit. If something like this happens to you, trust that your loved one is with you, and letting you know that they are okay, all is forgiven, they are at peace, they are moving on to a better place and that you will never be alone. They will always be with you in spirit.
Native American Legend: Dragonflies play a variety of roles in the mythology of different Native American tribes. In the Hopi and Pueblo tribes, the dragonfly was considered a medicine animal, associated with healing and transformation, whose spirit was often called upon by medicine men and women. Killing a dragonfly was considered highly taboo in the Pueblo tribes. To the Navajo tribe, the dragonfly is a symbol of water, and dragonfly images frequently appear in sacred sand-paintings to represent the element of water. In Plains Indian traditions, dragonflies are symbols of protection or even invincibility, and pictures of dragonflies were often painted on war shirts and tepee covers to ward off danger and injury.
Dragonfly Spirit Animal: When this spirit animal shows up in your life, it’s an indication that it’s time for change. Just like the dragonfly changes colors as it matures, you may be called to live and experience yourself differently. Stay open to the opportunities to adapt your personal journey.