Wright For the Birds
Architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed in concert with Nature (with a capital N, he insisted), and this Wright-inspired birdfeeder follows his lead. Made of durable, stained cedar with side panels sporting an art glass pattern from Wright's Darwin D. Martin house, it will bring notes of sublime design to feeding your feathered friends. The Prairie-style, cantilevered roof is removable to refill the feeder with ease (holds about five cups of seed), while it provides shelter for your hungry, perching guests. Handmade by Drew Kelley in Buffalo, New York (home of the Martin House).
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