‘(…)The research raises two scenarios. Either “native bears” went extinct around the early Middle Ages, or they disappeared some 3,000 years ago in the Bronze Age or in Neolithic times.
Live bears were also imported by the Romans for fighting or displays. (…)’.
Read more about bears in the UK here and surprise your receiver.
Each product has a beautiful picture of a mama bear and her cub, an instance when the independent mammal lives with a companion, not including regions where they congregate of course.
A mama bear would usually nurse her cubs for up to three years before they become self-dependent. This collection can symbolize gratefulness to your mum for how hard she worked to take care of you and teach you all about the big world, which seemed a little scary at first.
This medium round wax ornament with an image of Horses is a part of the ‘Wild Spirits’ collection (here).
The picture shows horses mid gallop, which reminds me of a film I loved in my early childhood, and still love today, it’s the animated film ‘Spirit’. It shows how strong and resilient horses are, while also being gentle and loving companions.
The design has calm tones, which makes it a simple, yet eye-catching decoration to place on a living room wall. It’s definitely perfect for a friend who not only loves these extraordinary animals but who will appreciate knowing that you care about them when receiving this ornament.
Circle-shaped wax ornament; diameter 16 cm.
An unusual way to display an image into the wax frame. A simple, non-binding, but lovely looking ornament, decorated with the printed images and finished with twine.
Follow your intuition – if you are reading this probably you just found the perfect gift for your receiver.
Available dedication ‘to & from’ at the back of decoration.
This wax ornament is 100% handmade in the UK product.
Weight net 120-160g