When the early Spanish explorers came to the New World they were so fascinated by the petite and colorful birds they found that they called them “Joyas Voladoras” — flying jewels. We know them today as hummingbirds, because they flap their wings so fast (about 80 times per second) that they make a humming noise.
We like the Spanish explorers name for this delightful bird best — as our hummingbird is indeed a jewel. Hand-carved of genuine amethyst, this collectible exhibits remarkable detail from a two-toned agate beak to tiny silver finished feet.
A creature of such natural beauty deserves a perch equally as striking, so we've poised our flying jewel atop a quartz base stratified with natural pink and green tourmaline. Each one of these treasures is handcrafted, so no two are alike.