Petals: made from mugs with scottish dialect definitions, eccleshall parish church, the bases, royal dolton. Flower centre: fused glass cabochon made from random glass off-cuts and in reds and soft blues. Leaves and stem: wine bottle glass, hand cut to shape.Made on: a reclaimed slate place mat, the reverse side has a velvety fabric surface which is a bit scuffed, but has been cleaned. If hanging outdoors, ensure it is fixed to the wall so there is no banging or movement from the wind. To keep the mosaic looking at its best, rub in a touch of oil onto the slate to darken and make it gleam.
Whilst suitable for outdoors, i cannot guarantee against severe frosts. Convo me via the etsy system at the bottom of the page. The mosaic is suitable for outdoors, and even looks best in the rain as it brings out the colour of the slate.
Great for grey weather in winter, as it brings a bit colour into life. It can also be displayed indoors though. My mosaics make great gifts for gardeners, or those who'have everything' as they are each one-offs, so totally unique. Great for someone with a porch or conservatory, or plain brick wall which needs a bit of decoration.Other bird mosaic wall art on slate can be found on the "bird garden slate" section of my shop. And if you would like to see some of my bigger projects, including commissions and community projects please visit my. This item is made of bone china mugs and bone china plates, vintage crockery, fused glass nuggets, wine bottle glass, reclaimed place mat. The style is kitsch and cottage chic.