Each piece is signed, dated and stamped sterling, and is set with two emerald cabochon gems. Packaged in a pouch, decoratively boxed, with a t and brie moth card describing the inspiration.
Moths, the jewels of the night, have always fascinated me. In the summer evenings as i shut the outdoor lights to retire, there is always one hovering near the light, the moths are always drawn to the light --teresa. Moths are in the insect order lepidoptera, and share this order with butterflies. There are some 160,000 species of moths in the world, compared to 17,500 species of butterflies. In north america, there are approximately 12,000 different types of moths known.
Both adult moths and their caterpillars are food for a wide variety of wildlife, including other insects, spiders, frogs, toads, lizards, shrews, hedgehogs, bats and birds. National moth week, is a global celebration of moths and biodiversity.
Mothing is a fun nightime activity for kids. Find out more on the nature conservancy's website. All of t and brie work is crafted in a mother-daughter studio in the lower hudson river valley of new york.
This item is made of silver and emerald. The style is woodland and art nouveau.