close

This shop uses cookies to improve your experience on our website. 

Welcome to One of a Kind World | Exclusive log in for wholesale

Glass Domes and Vitrines

The glass domes and glass cabinets display had their golden age in the Victorian period.

Recently there is a strong revival in relation to these pieces, mainly because of its beauty, but also for the ability to preserve and protect arrangements with specimens of great aesthetic or rarity value.

The preparation of these glass dome is a work of precision and patience that we carry out in our atelier, using high quality glass blown by hand in many of our domes.

The entire interior is designed and meticulously prepared, which turns in an entirely manual work that requires time, skill, and knowledge.


Active filters

Napeocles Jucunda and Hebomoia leucippe dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A superb butterflies glass dome with five Napeocles jucunda, from Peru and four Hebomoia leucippe, from Celebes Islands.

The contrasting colors of the deep blue and black of the Napeocles jucunda with the deep yellow and orange of the Hebomoia leucippe make it exceptional.

A great handmade One of a Kind decor piece.

Super Bugs vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

A superb glass vitrine with two of each of the following outstanding and very colorful rare Coleoptera.

Euchroma gigantea from Peru, Lampropeplarotschildii from Madagascar, Chrysochroa mniszechii and Chrysochroa mniszechii rugicollis from Thailand.

Very uncommon this beauty decor piece.

Sea Stars design vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

Sea Stars displayed in an open glass vitrine with white lacquered wood base. Composed by one Sugar Star, one Sun Star, one Jungle Star and two Duck stars.

Very colourful and decorative One of a Kind handmade piece.

Victorian style vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

A Victorian style glass vitrine, same look of the one's found in the XVIII/XIX century Curious Cabinets, with Coral, sea shells, sea urchins and gorgonian, from several proveniences.

Supplied with full data of the species.

Pyrops candelaria vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

Five specimen of Pyrops candelaria displayed in a glass vitrine, from Thailand.

This beautiful and very peculiar species are not a butterfly, they belong to the Cicada group - its long proboscis make it unforgetable, and they use it to feed from the plant sap: including longan and lychee trees (Sapindaceae), among others.

Its long, slender proboscis is used to pierce tree bark to reach the phloem.

One of a kind handmade piece!

Marine Life dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Marine Life glass dome with a Yellow hardhead sponge from Florida - USA, a big Scottish Sea urchin from North Sea - UK, Metalia sternalis from Mactan Islands - Philippines, Bolma girgyllus from Palawan Islands. - Philippines and Pocillopora eydouxi from Solomon Islands.

Beautiful colorful decor piece.

Callicore lyca and Catonephele numilia Vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

Callicore lyca and Catonephele numilia glass vitrine.

Callicore lyca, the Aegina numberwing, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. Superb coloured specimen. It is found from the south of Mexico to Peru, these one's are from Perú.

Catonephele numilia, the Blue-Frosted Banner, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae found in Central and South America. This butterfly usually flies along the ground and close to the ripe fruits and flowers.

An exceptional decor piece.

Marine life dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A glass dome with a Pocillopora eydouxi coral from Solomon Islands, 4 Hippocampus from Mediterranean Sea, two sea stars from Philippines, and a cymathium mundumm from Madagascar.

All painted in gold, making a very decorative and distinctive piece.

Gorgonocephalus - Astrospartus mediterraneus...

Availability: 1 In Stock

Nine Gorgonocephalus specimen showing several variations displayed in a glass vitrine with black lacquered wooden base.

Gorgonocephalus - Astrospartus mediterraneus is a fantastic deep sea starfish.

These ones have been taken from a deep of 90 meters of Capo Vado, Savona Italy. It is necessary a special technique to dry and to keep it in a perfect shape, turning it a highly decorative and curious species. Sometimes they are attached to sponges and deep water corals.

This species habits until deeps of 800-900 meters. 

An outstanding unique dramatic piece, handmade by One of a Kind.

Flata rubra dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Flata rubra is not a butterfly is a Flatidae, the only species of this peculiar family, from Thailand.

Seven specimen in a glass dome, the contrasted colors are beautiful, however is very difficult to prepare these species due to the delicate bodies and wings.

A unique chance to get this amazing One of a Kind piece.

Graphium codrus and Graphium antheus dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Graphium codrus and Graphium antheus Glass Dome.

Papilionidea butterflies, the Graphium codros came from Sumatra, they are very colorful and big sized.

The Graaphium antheus known as Larger Striped Swordtail, is a species of butterfly in the family Papilionidae (swallowtails), found in tropical and sub-Saharan Africa, these one's came from Congo.

Beautiful butterflies for decoration.

White Sea Shells dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

White deep sea marine shells glass dome with beautiful species:

Argonauta argo

Fusinus colus

Xenophora pallidula

Siratus alabaster

Corculum cardissa (2)

Trisidus torquatus

Chama lazarus

Sand dollar urchin (2) 

Sea biscuit urchin. 

Great natural decor piece! 

Marine life dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A beautiful glass dome with small Gorgonia from de Indo-Pacific, 3 corals Montipora sp., 6 Conus betulinus and 3 Conus figulinus all from Philippines.

Combined shapes and colours make this glass dome a beautiful decor piece.

Dynastes hercules dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A huge Dynastes hercules, the Hercules beetle in a glass dome.

Dynastes hercules is known for its tremendous strength and is named after Hercules: a hero of classical mythology who is famed for his great strength.

Dynastes hercules is a species of rhinoceros beetle native to the rainforests of Central America, South America, and the Lesser Antilles. It is the longest extant species of beetle in the world, and is also one of the largest flying insects.

This is a giant one with over 130mm and came from the rainforest of Colombia.

Goliathus goliathus dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Fantastic beetle, in the group of the biggest Coleoptera, from Congo.

A big size species in a metal glass dome.

Before this specimen was very difficult to get, nowadays they are usually kept in captive breedings.

Papilio antenor dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Pharmacophagus antenor, the giant swallowtail, is a butterfly from the family Papilionidae.

As the common name implies, it is large (12 to 14cm wingspan) and endemic to Madagascar.

It is the only species in the afro-tropical genus Pharmacophagus.

Glass dome with specimen of great beauty, for your home decoration!

Sea bisquit dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Sea biscuit glass dome - Clypeaster sp.

A big perfect and beautiful piece for a shelf decoration. These urchins are very delicate and very nice.

This one came from Florida - USA.

Morpho didius dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Glass dome with four Morpho didius butterflies from Peru, one of the most iconic butterfly.

With the intense metallic blue color, the giant blue Morpho, is a Neotropical butterfly belonging to the subfamily Morphinae of family Nymphalidae.

One of a kind piece!

Argonauta hians dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Argonauta hians glass dome with three specimen, from South China Sea.

This small species known as Brown Paper Nautilus habits all tropical and sub tropical seas of the world.

Argema mittrei and Actias selene dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Glass dome with giant moth, from Thailand.

Male and female of Argema mittrei known as Comet moth or Madagascan moon moth, is a huge beautiful dark yellow moth, seldom seen in this quality.

Male and female of Actias selene known as Indian moon moth or Indian luna moth, is a species of saturniid moth from Asia.

This species is popular among amateur entomologists. They fly mainly at night.

Mecynorhina torquata and Mecynorhina ugandensis...

Availability: 1 In Stock

A beautiful glass vitrine with a male and female of Mecynorhina torquata, is among the largest flower beetles in the world, only surpassed by the goliath beetles.It reaches about 55–85 millimetres (2.2–3.3 in) of length in the males, while the females are slightly smaller, reaching about 50–60 millimetres (2.0–2.4 in) of length.

Also a male and female of Mecynorhina ugandensis that differs from the torquata in the colour more brown and slightly bigger. These beetles are native to tropical Africa, especially in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cameroon and Uganda. In this case they came from Uganda.

Delias belladonna dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Glass dome with 9 Delias belladonna butterflies, these butterflies are of a great beauty, from the Himalayas to China and India to Thailand.

These ones came from Thailand.

Cicadas squared glass box

Availability: 1 In Stock

A superb glass dome with 7 Cicadas from Thailand, one Pomponia intermedia and two of each Salvazana imperialis, Tosena splendida and Ayuthia spectabile.

Amazing exclusive specimen in a beautiful squared glass box with black lacquered wooden base, displayed to enjoy their colors and natural textures.

Papilio ulisses dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Brass glass dome with two Papilio ulysses from Ceram - Moluccan Island, a superb exclusive species with bright contrast of black and deep blue.

Papilio ulysses - popularly named as Ulysses Butterfly, Blue Mountain Swallowtail, Mountain Blue or Blue Emperor - it is a butterfly of the Papilionidae family and Papilioninae subfamily, found in the Australian biogeographic region and native to the Wallacea area and the island of Nova Guinea, Bismarck archipelago and Northern Australia.

Pleurotomaria hirasei dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Glass dome with five Pleurotomaria hirasei.

This deep water shell was a huge rarity 20 years ago and much sought after by collectors!

Recently have been found in big quantities in South China Sea. A classic and a beautiful shell!

Urania leilus dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Glass dome with two Urania leilus butterflies.

Urania leilus named as Green-banded Urania is a daytime neotropical moth of the Uraniidae family, found east of the Andes.

These specimen is from Peru.

Morpho hecuba dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A beautiful glass dome with three Morpho hecuba butterflies from Brazil.

It's the biggest of the genus, reaching 20cm.

Morpho hecuba, the Sunset butterfly, is a Neotropical butterfly belonging to the subfamily Morphinae from Nymphalidae family.

Palla decius & Hypolimnias dexithea dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Palla decius and Hypolimnias dexithea in a golden base glass dome.

Palla decius, the white-banded palla, from Congo. Hypolimnias dexithea from Madagascar.

Both belonging to the Nymphalidae family.

Superb examples of how beautiful butterflies can be.

Neocerambyx gigas dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A great pair of Neocerambyx gigas (Thomson, 1878), male and female, from Thailand.

From Cerambycidae family, these uncommon species are very much appreciated by collectors.

Gold and silver reflections and the very long antlers in the male.

Perfect exemplars of this specimen, in a wood base glass dome. 

Draco volans dome

Availability: 2 In Stock

Common Flying Dragon - Draco volans, like other members of genus Draco, this species has the ability to glide using winglike lateral extensions of skin called patagia.

From Java, Indenesia - this specimen is presented in a wooden base glass dome.

Rhacophorus pardalis dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

The "Flying Frog" Rhacophorus pardalis is one of the few species of frogs that can "fly" due to extensive webbing between its fingers and toes.

This characteristic allows it to glide from branch to branch, or across breaks in the forest canopy.

A beautiful species from Java, Indonesia.

Mitra mitra dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Mitra mitra is a beautiful shell with orange/red pattern on white, from Philippines.

Glass dome with 4 specimen, a piece with great decorative value.

Butterflies from Peru dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Red and black butterflies from Peru glass dome.

Composed by 3 Heliconius doris, 3 Adelpha lara, 3 Pereute callinira, 2 Heurytides hormodius and 2 Amarriate amathea.

Beautifully mounted in a Red Moor wood piece, previously treated and harmless, for the security and prevention of any bacterial problem.

A true One of a Kind piece.

Titanacris albipes dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Titanacris albipes is a species of grasshopper in the family Romaleidae, they can jump big distance and are one of the biggest grasshoppers species, their violet wings make them a beautiful species.

From French Guiana, a one of a kind glass dome.

Sazakia charonda and Lexias pardalis jadeitina...

Availability: 1 In Stock

3 Sazakia charonda, Japanese Emperor or Great Purple Emperor, is a species of butterfly in the family Nymphalidae.It is native to Japan (from Hokkaidō to Kyūshū), the Korean Peninsula, China, northern Taiwan and northern Vietnam. Its wingspan averages 50 mm (2.0 in) for males, and 65 mm (2.6 in) for females. They are common in the upper canopies of forests, only coming down to feed or to find salt sources. These ones from Korea.

And 3 Lexias pardalis jadeitina, the Common Archduke, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae, has a wingspan reaching about 80–90 millimetres (3.1–3.5 in). The upperside of the wings of the male are black with shimmering greenish-blue margins, especially in the hindwings. The uppersides of the cryptic wings of the larger females are dark brown with several rows of yellow spots, a pale green pattern on the lower wings. The wing pattern of yellow spots continue across the thorax and the abdomen. This ones are females and came from Thailand.

Nymphalidae from Peru dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Glass dome with 2 Lycorea cleobaea, the Tropical Milkweed butterfly. It is found from the Antilles, Dominican Republic and the Caribbean. Its habitat is the tropical rainforest.

2 Lycorea ilione, the Clearwing Mimic Queen, it occurs in the transitional rainforest and cloudforest, at an elevation of 500–1,500 metres (1,600–4,900 ft) above sea level.

And 2 Thyridia psidii, the Melantho Tigerwing or Clapping Ticlear. It is in the brush-footed butterfly family, Nymphalidae and is found in the Neotropical zone.

All these species came from Perú.

Papilio dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Big glass dome with one Papilio lormieri from Congo, one Papilio delalandei from Madagascar, one Papilio macky from China, three Papilio torquatus from Perú and one Eurythides serville from Congo.

All in a intricated Red Moor wood piece, previously treated and harmless, for the security and prevention of any bacterial problem.

One of a Kind piece.

Phyllium celebicum - Leaf insect vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

3 specimen of the elusive Phyllium celebicum commonly named Leaf insect.

Phylliidae comprise the true leaf insects. While most phasmatodeans exhibit an elongated and slender body form to camouflage perfectly in the foliage, among branches or on bark, leaf insects mastered the imitation of angiosperm leaves. These one's came from a breeding farm in Thailand.

Rothschildia jacobaea vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

A pair of Rothchildia jacobaea in a glass vitrine with black lacquered wood base.

These are ex-pupa specimen from M.Mayr collection. From S.Gabriel - Buenos Aires Prov. Argentine. 

One of the most beautiful moth, hard to find.

Phoebis philea and Hebomoja glaucippe dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A high quality handmade glass dome with four Phoebis philea - the Orange-barred sulphur, is a species of butterfly found in the Americas, these ones are from Peru. The species eats nectar from red-colored plants and the larvae feeds on Cassia species. Mounted in a Red Moor wood piece, previously treated and harmless, for the security and prevention of any bacterial problem, it is also presented two Hebomoja glaucippe from Thailand - this particular species presents glacontryphan-M in the wings, a peptide toxin belonging to the family contryphan that is an active constituent of the poisonous venom produced by cone snail (genus Conus). In the Hebomoja glaucippe this toxin works as a defense against predators.

Marine life dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A colorful marine glass dome displaying an Acropora humilis coral, two Sugar Sea stars, two Alphonso Sea urchins, one purple sea urchin, two white knobbed urchins and two Mithrodia clavigera. 

Beautiful decor piece for sea lovers! 

Kalima inachus and Salamis anteva vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

Very special glass vitrine  with three Kalima inachus, from Thailand and three Salamis anteva, from Madagascar.

The two species named as Deadleaf butterflies, because when the wings closed they look like a dead leaf and so predators don't catch them. One of each butterfly is mounted showing from the back side position to show the similarity with a dead leaf.

Chorinea faunus, Rethus arcius and Ancyluris...

Availability: 1 In Stock

Handmade glass dome in a Redmoor wood brach, displaying four Chorinea faunus, from Bolivia know as Long-tailed glass wing because of is transparent wings, two Rhetus arcius, from Perú is an exceptional beautiful little butterfly and two Ancyluris formosissima, from Perú considered as well one of the most beautiful butterfly.

One of a Kind decor piece!

Goliathus orientalis dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Goliathus orientalis in a glass dome.

Goliathus supports a complex and variable pattern of white spots surrounded by a black border.

They live only in sandy areas with thick trees.

Our specimens come from a breeding in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Marine life dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Marine life glass dome composed by: small Gorgonia from de Indo-Pacific, one coral Montipora sp., two Fusinus colus, one Fusinus undatus from Balicasag - Philippines, three Mitra mitra from Punta Engaño - Philippines and one beautiful Xenophora pallidula from deep water of Davao - Philippines.

Also three white sea stars and one sea bisquit all from Caribbean Sea.

One of a Kind handmade piece!

Morpho achilles, cisseis and peleides dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A superb Morpho achilles, cisseis and peleides Glass dome.

This is a beautiful composition with blue and black magnificent Morpho butterflies.

Four Morpho achilles from Perú

One Morpho cisseis from Perú

One Morpho peleides from Colombia.

One of a Kind handmade piece.

Morpho peleides, Prepona dexamenes and...

Availability: 1 In Stock

Great Morpho peleides, Prepona dexamenes and demorphon Glass dome.

Great decor piece in a special handmade glass dome comprising:

Four Morpho peleides from Colombia

Two Prepona dexamenes

Two Prepona demorphon from Perú

One of a kind handmade piece.

Papilio ulysses dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Wood glass dome with two Papilio ulysses from Ceram - Moluccan Island, a superb exclusive species with bright contrast of black and deep blue.

Papilio ulysses - popularly named as Ulysses Butterfly, Blue Mountain Swallowtail, Mountain Blue or Blue Emperor - it is a butterfly of the Papilionidae family and Papilioninae subfamily, found in the Australian biogeographic region and native to the Wallacea area and the island of Nova Guinea, Bismarck archipelago and Northern Australia.

Gorgonocephalus design vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

Gorgonocephalus - Astrospartus mediterraneus, a fantastic deep sea starfish, in a new design vitrine with grey lacquered wood base.

This one is taken from a deep of 90 meters of Capo Vado, Savona Italy. It is necessary a special technique to dry and to keep it in a perfect shape, turning it a highly decorative and curious species. Sometimes they are attached to sponges and deep water corals.

This species habits until deeps of 800-900 meters.

A One of a Kind handmade piece.

Marine life design vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

Marine life in an open vitrine with green lacquered wood, comprising six specimen of Biplex perca big size, from South China Sea and four Guildfordia triumphans also from South China Sea on two beautiful Orange Gorgonia from Philippines.

A One of a Kind handmade piece.

Xenophora pallidula with glass sponge

Availability: 1 In Stock

Xenophora pallidula with glass sponge attachments in glass vitrine.

This particular species sometimes can be found with some spectacular attachments, in this case a big size glass sponge among many other deep water shells.

This specimen was found in Punta Engano - Philippines in 1993 from the late Emmanuel G. de Suduiraut.

Papilio machaon dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Papilio machaon - Old World Swallowtail butterfly, from Italy, in a glass dome.

The most elusive butterfly from Europe, ten specimen mounted in a handmade Redwood branch.

Beautiful One of a Kind piece.

Papilio rumanzowia dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Papilio rumanzowia, the Red Mormon, is a butterfly of the family Papilionidae.

This fabulous dome have two pairs of male and female specimen, superb color and quality, mounted in handmade glass dome with a grey lacquered wood base.

These specimen came from Philippines.

Heliconius doris dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Heliconius doris - Doris Longwing, beautiful butterflies belonging to Nymphalidae family, from Peru.

Mounted in a Redmoor wood branch in a glass vitrine with white wood base.

Papilio memnon, Papilio romanzovia and Cymothoe...

Availability: 1 In Stock

Papilio memnon, Papilio romanzovia and Cymothoe sangaris glass dome.

Two Papilio memnon from Thailand, two Papilio rumanzovia from Philippines and six Cymothoe sangaris from Congo.

An exceptional One of a kind decor piece, contrasting the butterfly colors with the white lacquered wood base from the handmade dome. 

Spondylus giant dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A giant size glass dome with a selection of nine superb Spondylus.

One Spondylus regius from Philippines, three Spondylus americanus from Brazil, one Spondylus gloriosus visayensis from Philippines, one Spondylus aurantius from Philippines, one Spondylus varius from Philippines and two Spondylus ictericus from Brazil.

Unique One of a Kind decor piece!

Cicadas dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

One of a Kind glass dome with ten Cicadas from Thailand.

From the top displayed:

One Ayuthia spectabile

Two Becquartina electa

One Salvazana mirabilis

Two Gaeana festiva - light colour form

One Salvazana imperialis

Two Gaeana festiva - dark colour form

One Pomponia intermedia

Amazing elusive specimen in a handmade glass dome with dark handmade brass support.

Spondylus dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Spectacular, colored handmade Spondylus glass dome with two Spondylus versicolor (deep orange and redish colour), from Calitoban Islands, one Spondylus spinosus (yellow colour) from Bohol Islands, and one Spondylus nicobaricus (white colour) attached in a coral from Mactan Islands.

One of a Kind decor piece!

Chama dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Beautiful Chama handmade glass dome with three Chama lazarus (2 yellow and one pinkish) attached in coral pieces from Bohol Islands, and one superb Chama dunkeri attached in a big Coralliophila radula from Zamboanga.

One of a Kind decor piece!

Eustera brachyura vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

A pair of the very rare and delicate Eustera brachyura butterfly, from Ivory Coast, in a handmade glass vitrine.

A moth that it's seen from time to time, a One of a Kind decor piece! 

Milonis basalis dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Milonis basalis glass dome with a handmade redmoor wood trunk, in a tacula exotic wood base.

Milionis basalis is a moth of the family Geometridae, from Thailand. 

One of Kind piece!

Whiptail Stingray glass vitrine

Availability: 1 In Stock

Whiptail stingrays are a family, the Dasyatidae, of rays in the order Myliobatiformes.

They are found worldwide in tropical to temperate marine waters, and a number of species have also penetrated into fresh water in Africa, Asia, and Australia. Members of this family have flattened pectoral fin discs that range from oval to diamond-like in shape. Their common name comes from their whip-like tails, which are much longer than the disc and lack dorsal and caudal fins.

All whiptail stingrays. This is a dried specimen coming from Philippines and is mounted in new design and created wood and glass vitrine with magnetic closure by One of a Kind.

Dactyloceras lucyna dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

A magnificent glass dome with four Dactyloceras lucyna from the rain forest of Cameroun.

Its a species of very large moth of the family Brahmaeidae, with its beauty color and pattern.

Bunaea aslauga couple dome

Availability: 1 In Stock

Bunaea aslauga couple in a glass dome. The Madagascar emperor moth, is an African moth belonging to the family Saturniidae.

The male differ from the female (on the back) in size and completely different antlers.