Lily Pond Birdbath

Welcome feathered friends with the serene sanctuary of this stoneware birdbath.

$60.00

Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren created by

Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren

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An Avian Oasis

Welcome feathered friends with the serene sanctuary of this stoneware birdbath. Decorated with a lily pad and blossom, the shallow pond-like dish is just the right depth for small birds to enjoy a refreshing dip or drink, while the textured bottom will give them something to grip while bathing. This glazed, weatherproof stoneware birdbath will provide an inviting avian sanctuary for years to come. Handmade by Jo-Anne and Gerald Warren in Canada.

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

CA

Made in Canada

Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren

created by

Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren

location

Canada

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. 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. Each stoneware piece is made in an environmentally friendly fashion.

Handmade
Made from
brass, clay, food-safe glaze
Measurements
9.5" L x 9.5" W; 14" Chain
Item ID
41104

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5.0

Beautifully crafted.

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from Marietta, ga

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  • Attractive
  • Attracts The Right Animals

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    Best Uses

    • Fall
    • In The Lawn
    • Spring
    • Summer

    Comments about UncommonGoods Lily Pond Birdbath:

    Hung it from shepherds' hook below window, near feeders, and it has already attracted wrens, sparrows. Bright touch.

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