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Moorcroft Silvereye 192/7 vase | Ltd Ed

Product Description
Moorcroft Australian and NZ Exclusive vase
Silvereye

Shape 192/7
Limited Edition of 25 pieces only
Approx 18cms (7”) tall

Expected early to mid September 2021 - please phone us on 07 46154537 or 0417 714105 to secure yours | please don't order this particular item via the website at this time

Moorcroft Design “story”
Sometimes a bird has a knack throughout centuries of evolution to capture our attention and embrace our goodwill, spiritual affection and inexplicable attraction. The Silvereye is one such bird. Admittedly it can be traced across vast tracts of the Southern Hemisphere where its white eye ring seems almost designed to command our attention. Silvereye are small, affectionate little birds whose sole purpose in life seems to be to confide in you as a guest in its territory. Partial to most wild fruits, nectar and insects, it unashamedly takes most food and scraps put out for it by representatives of the human species entering its open territory. However, a particular favourite are early amethyst berries or purple beauty berries as they are sometimes known. Moorcroft designer, Nicola Slaney, noticed this and incorporated the fruit into her design to add a depth of colour and variety. Cleverly, the designer has worked the two images together to create a design of remarkable charm and authenticity.

About the Bird
The silvereye is native to Australia, New Zealand and the south-west Pacific islands of Lord Howe, New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands, Vanuatu, and Fiji. It is common to abundant throughout the relatively fertile south-west and south-east parts of Australia (including Tasmania and the Bass Strait islands), and through the well-watered coastal zone of tropical Queensland, including Cape York Peninsula

The silvereye is liable to be found in any vegetated area, apart from open grasslands, within its distribution range, including forest, scrub, horticultural blocks and urban gardens.
Sku:
Vendor: Moorcroft
$ 1,172.00 AUD
Maximum quantity available reached.