Ferns have been around since the dawn of time. They first appeared in fossil records that date back to the Devonian period 360 million years ago and have graced the planet ever since. They grow in many different habitats throughout the world and most popular during the Carboniferous Period (the Age of Ferns) being the dominant part of the vegetation. Some ferns are used for food like fiddleheads, in art, and for medical purposes. Not only do these unassuming environmentally friendly plant stand the test of time, but they also remove pollutants from the air, remediate contaminated soils and serve as decorative highlights in any space they share.
Materials: The Fern Napkin rings are cast in pewter with an antiqued bronze finish.
Measures: 3.5", set of 4
About Michael Michaud Table Art
The Home Art is a collection comprised of napkin rings, candle holders, desk accessories, frames, serving utensils and much more. Produced in pewter, the exquisite finishing of the Home Art collections gives it an elegant and unique look all of its own.
"Nature's creations are the ultimate art that fills our hearts with joy; warms our souls with promise; and fuels our spirit with desire. My true inspiration, to reflect this beauty, is what my art is all about." - Michael Michaud