Emperor Moth BroochKate Rowland
Emperor Moth Brooch by Kate Rowland.
Measures 6.5cm x 3cm.
Made from acrylic and responsibly sourced poplar plywood.
Fastened by a brooch pin.
This brooch is constructed from handmade, marbled pink acrylic that is sourced in japan. the acrylic is layered on to engraved plywood and set onto a lightweight base, with wood and gold mirror detailing on each wing.
Please keep away from water and moisture to avoid damage. Avoid direct sunlight.
Kate Rowland is a jewellery designer and illustrator, living and working in Northamptonshire, UK.
Her design ethos is to create playful, conversation-starting jewellery made from ethically sourced materials. She studied illustration and brings her love of drawing into the jewellery. She draws each piece by hand, and works to retain the hand drawn aesthetic through the precise laser cutting process.
Kate uses responsibly sourced poplar plywood and british manufactured jewellery findings. She laser cuts and etches all her designs before they are finished, painted and assembled by hand.