The Ellis Trap Terrarium
The Ellis Trap features a pyramid hip roof and a repeating geometric triangle pattern. This terrarium has enough room for one of your miniature plants or moss garden, perhaps a Venus flytrap.
The Ellis Trap's namesake is John Ellis, a naturalist and member of the Royal Society of London. Although Dr. Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward is credited with the invention of the modern terrarium, John Ellis discussed the use of terrariums in his book 60 years earlier. Don't fret, he went on to discover the Venus Fly Trap.
5"W x 5"L x 11"H
All terrariums include a fitted plant liner.
Terrarium's require less watering than traditional houseplants. During the daylight condensation will form on the glass, then in the evening as the glass cools, the moisture with return to the soil.
Each of our terrariums are handcrafted from reclaimed glass using traditional stained glass techniques. We hand cut and then wrap each piece of glass in copper foil, they are then soldered by hand and patina is applied.