The Pheasant - Arts and Crafts antiqued brass finding disc (1 medallion) partridge, brass stamping, aged black patina, William Morris

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This delightful Arts and Crafts style ornament is a highly detailed depiction of a pheasant in the wild. A lovely focal point to any creation, this brass piece is finished with our unique Fallen Angel Brass process.

Quantity: one stamping
Size: 37mm in diameter
Shape: round, flat with slight relief
Made in: USA

Like the Art Nouveau movement, the Arts and Crafts movement -- which was originated in England in 1890 by William Morris -- was a reaction to the cold, mechanized beginning of the Industrial Age, but was also inspired by Gothic Revival, as well as the paintings and writings of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Morris' sensuous lines and tight attention to detail were at the core of the designs Morris and his friends, who started Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co. (later re-formed as Morris & Co.), began with the idea of creating decorative items for the home, such as furniture, wallpaper, textiles, to name a few. As well, Morris' typeface is famous for it's sweeping, swirling vines and leaves. To this day, all manner of design and architecture inspired by William Morris are prized for their beauty. It is the inspiration for this beautiful ornament finding.

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Photo #5 shows a detail from William Morris' "Artichoke" wallpaper.
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Each piece of Fallen Angel Brass is hand rubbed twice and finished with a non toxic lacquer for durability. Variations in the dark finish are by design and part of the unique Fallen Angel Brass patina. Fallen Angel Brass contains no lead, nickel or cadmium.

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Where do you get your unique black findings?

Our items are not purchased from a wholesaler, but are created specifically for our shop in collaboration with American metal manufacturers and our New England master finisher. The small, family run businesses of this region take great pride in their craftsmanship and materials, under strict supervision of U.S. metal and labor regulations. No lead, cadmium or nickel is used and all labor is fairly paid and safely conducted in highly regulated working conditions. Your supplies from our shop are not "off the rack," but are exclusive and unique. We are proud to offer this product to the Etsy community.

Why does your finish have variations?

Our pewter and brass are finished by one very small New England family business, not a factory. Each piece of Fallen Angel Brass is hand rubbed twice and finished with a non toxic lacquer for durability. Variations in the dark finish are by design and part of the unique Fallen Angel Brass patina. We strive for uniformity and consistency, but also value the variation that comes from the one-man process that creates our finish. With wear, our finish will age, but in a pleasing antiqued way. Our brass is meant to be worn and aged further with use.

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Fallen Angel Brass® is a registered trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Reg. No. 3,858,249
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Our product photos are taken by us in natural daylight with a point and shoot digital camera. The color you see is the real color of the paper background and the Fallen Angel Brass components. Some photos appear "sepia toned," but they are actually the true color of the product and the background paper. Changes in color vary according to the natural light and the variations in the dark finish which are by design and part of the unique Fallen Angel Brass patina.

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Background papers and ephemera in photos are authentic antiques.

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