Despite a significant population size spread across mainland Scotland, the chances of seeing a badger in the wild are slim as they are nocturnal creatures who like to spend their time underground. They are most common in woodland. With their distinctive black and white-striped face and bushy tails, badgers are unlike any other mammals in Scotland.
Brian has come out of his sett on a starry night collecting rowan berries. He is intricately made from three layers of gloss, marble and metallic acrylic. There are engraved and hand inked sections, Swarovski crystal eye detail and faux pearl berries. He measures 7.5 cm in length – the brooch is secured to a scroll brooch fastening and the necklace is suspended from an 18 inch black plated curb chain