Circle Bird Feeder

This hand-thrown, minimalist design offers a contemporary gathering place for your local birds.
created by

Jeana Greulach


created by

Jeana Greulach

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Circle Of Life

A contemporary visiting spot for all your local birds, this hand-thrown design lends a minimalist touch to your back porch or favorite tree. Artist Jeana Greulach creates each circular silhouette to hold approximately one cup of bird seed. The stoneware piece boasts a beautiful blue glaze, blending seamlessly with a clear summer's sky. Handmade in California.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.


Made in California

Jeana Greulach has a specific vision for her work: “I imagine someone using my pieces and feeling that extra specialness that comes from a handmade, well-intentioned piece,” says the southern California-based ceramicist. “I'd love for my pieces to enhance the beauty in someone's daily life.” Mission accomplished. Jeana’s stoneware imbues everyday living with a sense of rustic elegance. And when it comes to creating something new, the artist takes a similar approach of simplicity: “I'm patient with inspiration,” she says. “Over time I've realized it comes organically, not when I'm trying to force anything.”

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
stoneware clay
9.5" Dia
Hand wash with mild soap.
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