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Moongazing hare and toadstools wishing pail pen pot. Created using pyrography.

Moongazing hare and toadstools wishing pail pen pot. Created using pyrography.
£38.00 1 Available
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Description

many colourful mushrooms and toadstools adorn this pen /pencil /paintbrush pot, with 2 moon gazing hares. It's been created using pyrography. The pot is chunky, yet lightweight, allowing it to be hung if desired.

-Hand burned wooden wishing well style pail, with some rustic tool markings.
-Lightweight, with a plaited cotton hanger.
-Stained with wood dye, and coloured with art pencil and paint.
-Measures: Base approx 8cm, Wall height 10cm.
-Black felt to base.
-More photos in available.

Every item I create is my own design and composition. Each piece is unique. Please note, wood is a natural material, and each piece has its own knots and imperfections that make it beautiful. Wood and pyrography weathers over time. I seal the wood with varnish to help protect it. To care for your piece; keep out of direct strong sun, and damp conditions

Postage is FREE. I post once a week, using my local post office. Please keep this in mind when ordering. Postage within the UK only.

Inspiration

The moon gazing hare symbol is important to many people and cultures. It dates back to ancient times and is often linked to fertility and lunar deities. The moon-gazing hare was especially important to early Britons and continues to be important to pagans today. Chinese moon gazing hares were thought of as gazing up at what he sees as his ancient ancestor in the moon.

The hare generally signifies the fertility of Spring, of new life as the sun returns to the earth. Light and dark are of equal length yet the light is growing stronger.
In ancient times Pagans believed that seeing a moon gazing hare would bring growth, re-birth, abundance, new beginnings and good fortune.

Shipping & delivery

This item will be posted to you by SarahDesigns within 7 days of receiving payment.

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