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solstice handmade ceramic birdfeeder

by Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren
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  • the story

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Created with vivid garden colors that sparkle in sunlight, the Solstice feeder attracts both butterflies or birds, who'll pop in for for a pit stop if you fill it with their favorites. For butterflies, fill the tray a mixture of bananas, beer and molasses and place an orange on the spike to create a scrumptious buffet. For fruit loving birds, fill the tray with jelly, and the spike with fruit.

Created by Gerald Warren at his ceramics studio in Kingston, Ontario, the stoneware tray and its brass bead chains are weatherproof and dishwasher safe, decorated with a gorgeous, lead-free glazes. Made in Canada.

Care instructions: dishwasher safe, tie chains together before placing in dishwasher.

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Community Voted
Item ID
21743
Made from
brass, stoneware, recycled glass, lead free glaze
Measurements
Feeder: 2.5" H x 7.5" Dia.; Chain: 14" L
Notes
Care instructions: dishwasher safe, tie chains together before placing in dishwasher.
  • the maker
Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren

Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren

With a name like Amaranth, a mythical flower that is said to never fade, Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren's stoneware has a lot to live up to. Fortunately, it does, both in terms of beauty and durability. Using a firing process that can exceed 2000 degrees, Amaranth products are built to last, withstanding all elements and seasons, yet maintaining their signature charm. The Warren's make sure all their handmade stoneware is made in an environmentally friendly fashion and hope you take as much pleasure in their art as they do in exploring new ways to innovate current standards. collection

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Q and A

When our community voted on this product, some also shared comments - read them below:

280votes, 16 comments

Gabrielle | UncommonGoods

This stoneware bird feeder can be filled to attract birds and butterflies. What breeds would you like visiting your back yard?

Nancy
Vote: Thumbs down!

not squirrel proof wouldn't work in my area

susan
Vote: Thumbs up!

Love the feeder but the spiked orange disturbs me! I think I would want to stick cloves in it for the holidays and hang it inside. Another, more astute, writer noted the squirrels would burglarize it, driving owners nuts. 1/2 thumbs up?

Kathy
Vote: Thumbs up!

The colors on this piece are nice. I like that the spike will hold the orange on and the juice is collected in the tray.

Sue
Vote: Thumbs up!

Great idea!!

TL
Vote: Thumbs up!

Gorgeous

Mary Margaret
Vote: Thumbs down!

Yeah I agree not squirrel proof. They would break it and then I would be chasing them around like a manic throwing oranges at them.

jane
Vote: Thumbs down!

pretty but not practical. ants, squirrels, bees, wasps...

Patricia
Vote: Thumbs up!

This item is absolutely goregous. I just have two concerns. 1. would it attract squirrels and 2. would it attract a lot of bees?

Laura
Vote: Thumbs up!

I would like to know the price.

Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

Hi, Laura. Since the item isn't available for purchase yet, we aren't including a price. At the moment, we're looking for thoughtful, design-focused feedback and we don't want the price to influence voters' opinions. We want to know what you love about the product and how you think we could make it better. If you love it just how it is, and would like to purchase, please sign up for an email notification and we'll let you know if it becomes available.

Jane
Vote: Thumbs down!

The squirrels would have a field day with this.

Amy
Vote: Thumbs up!

Love that it can go in the dishwasher!

Sarah
Vote: Thumbs up!

The spike looks way too thick to hold a hunk of fruit. (one would never just cram a whole orange on there as shown on the photo). I would not buy this product.

Eric
Vote: Thumbs up!

anything for the birds has my attention.

Tara
Vote: Thumbs down!

not excied about rotting fruit - I expect this will bring lots of unwanted insects

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