PRE-ORDER iPhone case for iPhone 7: Images are of the iPhone 6S artefact and symbolical. The iPhone 7 case will look similar. Approx. 2-3 weeks delivery time.

A material of beauty and luxury since ancient times, mother of pearl is the inspiration behind KHAMAMA PEARL 1782. The gold, pearlescent hue of the natural butterfly wings emulates the finest quality mother of pearl. The avant-grade effect renders a fascination for the pearly glow.

Using the most exclusive and beautiful butterfly wings, each handcrafted KHAMAMA PEARL 1782 is classic and unique. As such, slight design variations are to be expected.


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Nuances of Rose

From various angles, this artefact radiates a shimmering hint of pink and rose, a light violet sheen or a blend of warm gold.

Haute Art de Papillon

The KHAMAMA PEARL 1782 for the iPhone 7 is crafted with a precious art of butterfly marquetry called Haute Art de Papillon. The marquetry of this artefact uses magnificent, pearly butterfly wings, both sustainably and ethically sourced from KHAMAMA butterfly farms in Africa.

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Naturally Unique Beauty

The spotted pattern is a dramatic contrast to the soft rose and gold tones. The designs are naturally unique for each individual artefact.

An iPhone Case for Perfection

The butterfly marquetry is protected by a strong ultra-thin glass cover with a repellent coating improving optical clarity.

The magnetic opening and closing mechanism ensures ease of use.

The aluminium frame for this iPhone 7 case is crafted out of solid blocks of aviation-grade aluminium in order to achieve utmost perfection.

Inside of the KHAMAMA PEARL 1782 case, your iPhone 7 is laying on a soft, artificial suede layer.

The Year 1782

Each "KHAMAMA PEARL 1782" iPhone case bears the year 1782 in its name - the year the butterfly was discovered in the depths of the African Congo. Dru Drury then scientifically described the species in England. Fascinated by the beauty of butterflies Dru Drury was one of the first entomologists who had more than 11,000 different butterflies in his scientific collection - one of the first collections of its kind.

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