Original jewels will help save butterflies in central Europe

2014 - 07 - 31

JK Jitka Kudlackova Jewels, a leading jewellery company, has decided to support butterfly rescue. The company has prepared an original jewel collection inspired by disappearing gems of European meadows – butterflies. Part of the proceeds from the sale of the collection called „Our Butterflies“ will serve to rescue endangered …

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Original jewels will help save butterflies in central Europe

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