Inspired by nature, these one of a kind leaf necklaces feature realistic details. Please note: As in Nature - No two leafs are exactly the same
They come in all kinds of shapes and sizes approximately 6 cm in length with link Chain . Very lightweight and comfortable to wear
To avoid tarnish, limit exposure to water, perfume, or body cream.Natural leaf is fragile.Gently put them into the jewelry pouch when not wearing
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Some Facts about Autumn
Autumn, also known as fall in North American English, is one of the four temperate seasons.
Autumn is the transition season between summer and winter, best noticed by the color change in leaves and the harvest.
The date of the beginning of autumn varies according to climate, tradition and culture, but when it is autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, it is spring in the Southern Hemisphere, and vice versa.
In the Northern Hemisphere autumn lasts from the autumnal equinox (September 22 or 23) to the Winter Solstice (21 or 22 December). In the Southern Hemisphere, autumn lasts from March until June.
The 1st day of autumn 2018 in Northern Hemisphere will be on Sunday, September 23. And the last day of autumn 2018 will be on Friday, December 21.
The reason the equinoxes and solstices don’t always come on the same day is that Earth doesn’t circle the sun in exactly 365 days.
The first day of autumn, the autumnal equinox, has 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. The term equinox comes from the Latin words aequus, meaning equal and nox, meaning night.
Autumn begins when the center of the sun crosses Earth’s equator. As Earth continues its path around the sun, days become shorter and nights become longer.
The Earth’s orbit around the Sun has very little effect over the Seasons on Earth. Instead, it the tilt of Earth’s rotational axis, which is angled at around 23.5 degrees, that creates seasons. Autumn is derived from the French, which came from the Latin autumnus, the Roman name for this season.
While Americans typically use the word “fall,” the British use the word “autumn,” though both terms date around the 16th century. Before these terms, the period was called “harvest.”