Mocking Bird Garden Stake
Mocking Bird Garden Stake
Mocking Bird Garden Stake
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Mocking Bird Garden Stake

A recycled metal mockingbird wackily waves its wings atop Fred Conlon's irreverent garden stake.
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Fred Conlon

$80.00

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Fred Conlon

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Really cute bird

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We put it in our garden

Los Angeles, CA

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