Death's Head Moth Valet Tray
The common name for Acherontia atropos, death’s head moth, derives from the fancied facsimile of a human skull on the upper surface of the body. Common in Europe and Africa, these moths have a short proboscis and often feed on honey from beehives.
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DetailsDimensions: 6.5 inches square with a raised rim of approximately ¼ inch.
Our ceramic-coated stoneware valet trays also employ the traditional decoupage process. The imagery is hand-cut, pasted onto a surface, and buried under many coats of finish (we use Envirotex Lite polymer resin). To finish, the bottom is painted, stamped, and sealed with a clear matte protective coating.
Care: Please treat our plates as you would any fine china or glass. Always wash by hand. For decorative purposes only.
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