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KHAMAMA RAJAH BROOKE (6S)

iPhone Case for iPhone 6S

The KHAMAMA RAJAH BROOKE not only enthrals with its radiant green and intensive black allure, it also represents inspiration and the fulfillment of dreams by encouraging one to follow a courageous and adventurous path. The legacy of this breathtaking work of art is timeless.

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


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Category: 6S

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The Brooke Butterfly

Exquisitely handcrafted and effortlessly sculptured, the vibrant green patterns on the midnight backdrop exude a majestic appearance. This extremely rare national butterfly of Malaysia was discovered in 1855 and named after the legendary James Brooke, known as the first White Rajah of Sarawak.

Emeralds of the Night

The sharp triangular pattern forms a brilliant, symmetrical image that simulates a 3-D hologram effect. With changing perspective, the green spines transform from an emerald to a greenish aquamarine tone that sparkles through the midnight black.

The Rajah Brooke

James Brooke, born in 1803, was an explorer who assisted Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin II of Brunei with a clever and peaceful strategy to prevent war. Due to his courageous actions, James Brooke became the first white Rajah of Sarawak in history. Rajah Brooke and his successors governed the province of Sawarak until 1945.

Haute Art de Papillon

The KHAMAMA RAJAH BROOKE for the iPhone 6S is crafted with a precious art of butterfly marquetry called Haute Art de Papillon. The marquetry of this artefact uses magnificent, iridescent green butterfly wings, both sustainably and ethically sourced from KHAMAMA butterfly farms in Malaysia.

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Exclusiveness & CITES

The Rajah Brooke butterfly is CITES II restricted and extremely difficult to farm sustainably. As a result, we have a very limited number of artefacts offered each year. The KHAMAMA RAJAH BROOKE artefact comes with an exclusive international CITES II permit certificate.

CITES is the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, which is accepted by 183 countries worldwide and ensures the protection of rare species.

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 is ensuring the most ease of use.

The aluminium frame for this iPhone 6S case is crafted out of solid blocks of aviation-grade aluminium in order to achieve utmost perfection.

Inside of the KHAMAMA RAJAH BROOKE case, your iPhone 6S is laying on a soft, artificial suede layer.

The Rajah Brooke and his Butterfly

This majestic and exceedingly rare national butterfly of Malaysia was dicovered in 1855 and named after the legendary James Brooke, known as the first white Rajah of Sarawak. James Brooke, born in 1803, was an explorer who assisted Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin II of Brunei with a clever and peaceful strategy in order to prevent a war. Due to his courageous actions, James Brooke became the first white Rajah of Sarawak. Rajah Brooke and his successors governed the province of Sarawak until 1945.


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