• Woody Nightshade by Nicola Slaney Quick View
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    • Woody Nightshade by Nicola Slaney

    • $877.00
    • Designer: Nicola Slaney Shape: 99/8 Limited Edition: 25 At RSPB Leighton Moss, a succession of marsh flowers including woody nightshade bloom along the reserve tracks. The plant is a perennial vine, which scrambles over other plants, capable of reaching a height of four metres where it discovers fallen tree trunks to envelope. The flowers are in star-shaped loose clusters, with…
  • Purple Loosestrife by Kerry Goodwin Quick View
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    • Purple Loosestrife by Kerry Goodwin

    • $1,566.00
    • Designer: Kerry Goodwin Shape: 84/12 Limited Edition: 20 Purple Loosestrife has flowers that are both elegant and beautiful and the wetlands occupied by the plant can show a delicate and colourful grandeur all of their own. Enhancing the rampant beauty of purple loosestrife, designer Kerry Goodwin introduces the delicate Brimstone butterfly. The brimstone is commonly found in wetlands due to…
  • Oystercatchers by Vicky Lovatt Quick View
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    • Oystercatchers by Vicky Lovatt

    • $1,625.00
    • Designer: Vicky Lovatt Shape: 216/8 Limited Edition: 25 Designer Vicky Lovatt’s choice of vase to show her oystercatchers to optimum advantage was beyond inspired. The Moorcroft designer had decided to place her oystercatchers in the round which means that as the vase is turned, the landscape of RSPB Leighton Moss nature reserve opens up. Complete the turn, and as if…
  • Milkmaids by Vicky Lovatt Quick View
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    • Milkmaids by Vicky Lovatt

    • $778.00
    • Designer: Vicky Lovatt Shape: 104/6 Limited Edition: 35 Designer Vicky Lovatt’s orange tip butterflies are found hovering on Cardamine pratensis. This herbaceous plant is a perennial, with delicate flowers with yellow centres, found blooming throughout the British Isles from April to June. Commonly known as cuckoo flower, lady's smock, mayflower, or milkmaids, the word pratensis is Latin for meadow and…
  • Golden Darter by Rachel Bishop BA (Hons) Quick View
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    • Golden Darter by Rachel Bishop BA (Hons)

    • $1,665.00
    • Senior Designer: Rachel Bishop BA (Hons) Shape: 265/7 Limited Edition: 20 Rachel Bishop, Moorcroft’s Senior Designer, has always had a fascination for the living world of water. Indeed, Lamia, the design which made her name back in 1995, had a pond, bulrushes and dragonflies all inspirationally derived from a pond at the bottom of her parents’ garden in the New…
  • Dabbler Ducks by Kerry Goodwin Quick View
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    • Dabbler Ducks by Kerry Goodwin

    • $946.00
    • Designer: Kerry Goodwin Shape: 198/5 Limited Edition: 15 By no means a common species of duck, the wigeon is more associated with Northern England and reserves such as RSPB Leighton Moss. Noted especially for its attractive colours, the male wigeon is grey, with a pink breast, orange head, yellow forehead and noticeable white wing patches. As so often happens in…
  • Booming Bitterns by Emma Bossons FRSA Quick View
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    • Booming Bitterns by Emma Bossons FRSA

    • $3,467.00
    • Designer: Emma Bossons FRSA Shape: 30/10 Limited Edition: 10 At RSPB Leighton Moss Nature Reserve, there are times when nothing can be seen or heard apart from the incessant whistling of a cold wind which comes on its long, lonely journey direct from the Arctic. This is bittern territory, the rare, shy bird which moves silently among the reeds which…
  • Bearded Tits by Alicia Amison Quick View
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    • Bearded Tits by Alicia Amison

    • $975.00
    • Designer: Alicia Amison Shape: PLQ8 Limited Edition: 30 The bearded tit - one of the UK's rarest breeding birds - has continued to bounce back from a population crash. Bearded tits are very sensitive to cold hard winters and this can have a knock-on effect on their breeding success. Their numbers are increasing due to the work the RSPB are…