Hand painted and laser engraved wooden wall ornament featuring original skull moth design by Wolf Kult. Sold in units (choose preferred quantity in the tab).
The same design is engraved on both sides of the ornament, so it looks good from any angle. The hanger is made of adjustable black satin ribbon.
Choose if you want black or natural wood color ornament. Both are coated, so not as sensitive to humidity.
Height: 7 cm / 2.7 inch.
Width: 12 cm / 4.7 inch.
- Thickness: 3 mm / 0.1 inch.
Clean with damp cloth only when necessary. Do not pour water on top, do not soak, do not put in a dishwasher.
Wood is a natural substance so it’s normal to find natural imperfections within the wood grain.
Do you love insects? We absolutely adore all animals & bugs. We wanted to make our version of the ‘skull moth’, because it’s absolutely beautiful and unique. Lepidoptera is a insect order that includes butterflies and moths. The name itself is so beautiful and gothic, so we decided to use it in naming this design.
Forest and nature themes are one of our favorites, so we thought that this wooden wall decoration would suit any modern or classic interior. Black as well as natural wood colored ornaments are easily adjustable to any environment or Christmas tree. Plain dark or light table and any colored walls or homeware will look great with any of these ornaments. We also have the same design as a coaster set that you can purchase here.
Processing time: 3 – 5 business days. That means after your order, we will produce and ship your items not later after 5 business days. Processing times depend on our workload. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us!
Don’t see what you like? Contact us! We always love to make custom orders and create something that match all your desires, ideas and dreams. We believe that every design can be adjusted to each and every person. So do not hesitate to contact us! All our art comes completely from our imagination. Inspired by the beauty of nature, alternative style and fantasy world.
2 – 5 photos by Estela Naiad.