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Death's Head Moth Bell Jar

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This Death's Head Moth (Acherontia Atropos) has been hand set by our expert entomologists in our studio and mounted in a museum quality bell jar. All of our display cases use museum grade 99% UV blocking conservation glass to preserve our specimens, and are supported by an eco-friendly cork base.

All of our specimens are ethically sourced from conservation projects around the world and help to support local communities and protect natural habitats.

 The picture shown is an example of the quality that you can expect to receive. Please be aware that, as these are natural products, they are subject to some variation.

 

Special packaging notice: While Persephone's Hearth does its best to use eco-friendly packaging, some of our suppliers ship their inventory in non-sustainable packaging. Due to the delicate nature of this item, we feel it's best to use the styrofoam casing that was provided by the supplier to ship this product. Apart from that, please be assured that the rest of our packaging is eco friendly.

Glass, wood, and moth specimen

Height: 9"
Width: 5.5"

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About Curated Studio

Curated Studio arose from the collaboration between expert museum curators and interior design specialists. Our talented team, with over a decade's experience hand-crafting products, have joined with industry leading designers in order to make history and science more accessible to a wider audience.

Our multidisciplinary team of Curators has one shared aim- to bring museum quality pieces into the modern home. Not only do we handcraft unique, nature inspired interior design pieces, our specimens also serve an academic purpose.

As scientific advancement and education is at the forefront of our ethos, we are proud to supply museums, schools, universities, private collectors and entomologists alike with both beautifully aesthetic and intriguing pieces to further aid studies in their field.