The Fly Agaric is probably our most recognisable British species of fungi and typically grows beneath birch trees, pines and spruces. Their red cap and white spots can usually be seen between late summer and early winter.
Each piece has been lovingly handmade using an enamelling technique. Beginning with a sheet of copper, it is fired in a kiln fusing glass to the surface.
Due to the enamelling process each piece of artwork is individual and therefore the surface colour and texture is unique.
Every care has been taken to represent the product accurately and images are selected to try and reflect this.
Supplied in a wood frame with glass. Metal sawtooth hook - must be extended before hanging.
Frames are available in black or white. If you would prefer to swap the colour which is shown in the listing please write a message stating either black or white in the comments box at the checkout.