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Moss Terrarium Woodland Mushroom Locket Necklace.. Toadstool Wonderland.. Miniature Terrarium Jewelry

The terms "mushroom" and "toadstool" go back centuries and were never precisely defined, nor was there consensus on application. The term "toadstool" was often, but not exclusively, applied to poisonous mushrooms or to those that have the classic umbrella-like cap-and-stem form. Between 1400 and 1600 AD, the terms tadstoles, frogstooles, frogge stoles, tadstooles, tode stoles, toodys hatte, paddockstool, puddockstool, paddocstol, toadstoole, and paddockstooles sometimes were used synonymously with mushrom, mushrum, muscheron, mousheroms, mussheron, or musserouns.[6]

The word has apparent analogies in Dutch padde(n)stoel (toad-stool/chair, mushroom) and German Krötenschwamm (toad-fungus, alt. word for panther cap). Others have proposed a connection with German "Todesstuhl" (lit. "death's chair").[7] Since Tod is a direct cognate to death, in that case it would be a German borrowing. However, there is no common word akin to "Todesstuhl" used in German referring to mushrooms, poisonous or not.

The term "mushroom" and its variations may have been derived from the French word mousseron in reference to moss (mousse). The toadstool's connection to toads may be direct, in reference to some species of poisonous toad,[8] or may just be a case of phono-semantic matching from the German word.[9] However, there is no clear-cut delineation between edible and poisonous fungi, so that a "mushroom" may be edible, poisonous, or unpalatable. The term "toadstool" is nowadays used in storytelling when referring to poisonous or suspect mushrooms. The classic example of a toadstool is Amanita muscaria.

Renata makes all her mushrooms of clay herself and hand paints them, then ever so delicately "plants" them in dried moss to make these lovely little places of solace for our little enchanted friends after their busy days buzzing about spooky forests, magical glens and assoted what nots..

This round glass paned brass locket (approx depth: 7mm approx width: 40mm) has an antique finish and the chain is 24 inches with a little green jade bead attached to the clasp for good luck. Sorry Bambi ran away as we were taking pictures and is not included in your purchase.


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Moss Terrarium Woodland Mushroom Locket Necklace.. Toadstool Wonderland..Miniature Jewelry

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: brass locket, moss, clay, paint, glass, chain
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