This species is classified as (endangered). Prior to 1966, the mountain pygmy possum was only known through fossil records and was thought to be extinct. It is known to currently exist in Victoria and New South Wales, Australia. The tail of a mountain pygmy possum is considerably longer than the body, measuring an average 140mm, while the average head and body measures 110mm. Mountain pygmy possums eat seed, insects and fruit. The winter hibernation is broken to allow for periods of feeding.
Jenadors Pygmy Possums is part of a collection of twelve Australiana Wildlife designs. Pygmy Possums is limited to 25 pieces.
There are 475 pieces of opal = 4.30 carats.
This piece measures 150mm x 150mm (unframed) Can be framed on request at an additional charge.
Pygmy Possums was created in four days.
Jenador includes registered and trackable shipping for all of her works of art and jewellery pieces, worldwide. If your piece is a gift, please advise and it can also be gift wrapped for you.
The design of an image is etched into 4mm thick black glass. The etching is inlayed with Lightning Ridge, gem quality black opal that has been selected and cut for its brilliance and lustre. The finished piece is then framed and when mounted on a wall or perhaps a bench top with lighting directed on it, the image comes to life! A truly beautiful spectacular masterpiece.
All of Jenadors works of art and jewellery pieces are created in her studio in Australia.
Jenador exhibits her art Internationally, her works are the only known creations of this nature in the world and are investment, collector pieces sold with a certificate of authenticity and beautifully presented in a Jenador, satin lined, black leatherette box .