Scottish Oak Leaf Trinket Dish / Objet d’Art Encased in Copper

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A real oak leaf collected near Loch Lomond, Scotland. It is encased in copper from a retired Highland whisky distillery still. A lovely trinket dish or object d’art.  It has an attractive dark rainbow patina. 

These are one of a kind pieces. It would look beautiful sat on a hall console table or as a talking piece on the coffee table!

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Made with a real oak leaf which had fallen from the tree in Argyll & Bute last autumn. It is encased in copper and finished with a pretty rainbow copper patina.  It is perfect as a trinket dish to hold your rings or earrings or would just make an unusual Objet d’Art to admire.  This particular leaf was collected on the banks of Loch Lomond. It really does capture the moment it fell from the tree as an autumnal crumpled oak leaf. 

It is approximately 4 1/2 inches long, photographed with a champagne cork to give an idea of scale.

Our items are all sent out in gift boxes, branded with the Murag logo.  We can work with you to create a bespoke piece of art for you, please get in touch if you have a treasured leaf or seed etc you would like immortalising.

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Weight .150 kg
Dimensions 10 × 7 × 5 cm


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