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Bird & Flowers Ceramic Bird Feeder

Item # 50631
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Our hand glazed ceramic bird feeder sets your garden a-twitter with design ingenuity -- it has the versatility to be utilized as a lantern and planter as well! A distressed blue finish of flowers and a perched bird adds a rustic touch to be enjoyed for years to come.

  • Ceramic
  • Hand glazed
  • Designed for use as a bird feeder, lantern, or planter
  • Flat base for optional use on patio
  • 8" diameter (20.3 cm)
  • 8" L (20.3 cm) chain for hanging
  • Imported

Bird seed not included.

Due to item size and/or weight expedited shipping is not available.

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Review count: 1

Recent reviews:

August 4, 2013 - Love the look. The design is such that the bird has to sit inside. Doesn't hold much birdseed but the birdies seem to be pretty good about waiting their turn to get in.

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