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Handmade Metal Leaf Bird Feeder/Birdbath

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Handmade Metal Leaf Bird Feeder/Birdbath

Handmade Metal Leaf Bird Feeder/Birdbath

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Delicate-looking details give our nature-inspired Handmade Metal Leaf Bird Feeder/Birdbath a wonderfully elegant look. The handmade leaf-shaped bowl hangs from a climbing vine and is accented with flowers, leaves and a little bird.

Fill our Handmade Metal Leaf Bird Feeder/Birdbath with seed or water to attract your favorite song birds. It's beautifully hand-crafted in Bali from iron with an antiqued copper finish.

• Leaf-shaped hanging bird feeder and birdbath
• Handmade metal leaf holds birdseed or water
• Leaf-shaped bowl hangs from climbing vine, accented with flowers, leaves and a little bird
• Handcrafted in Bali by local artisans—made from iron with an antiqued copper finish

12-1/2"L x 9"W x 24"H
3.9 (based on 8 customer reviews)

By none
FromHouston, Texas
Comments about Product:
Leaf fell off as I unpacked it and no instructions as to putting it together.

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By Carolyn
FromFort Wayne Indiana
Feed the birds!
Comments about Product:
I bought one for me and two for family gifts! I like it the birds actually have a place to sit and eat!

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By Carolyn
FromFort Wayne Indiana
Love the Bird Feeder
Comments about Product:
I like it so much, everyone will be getting one for Christmas! The birds are literally flocking to it daily! Very unique!

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By cottage quest
Fromcanal winchester, oh
needs bit more weight, but still like!
Comments about Product:
Love hanging in tree outside my window so I can watch from my comfy chair. Like that light to hang, but wish dish hooked onto something better so as to not tip off too easily. One bird OK, but two being active or three tips it. Still really like though.

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By Sue
FromMcHenry, Il.
feeder or bird bath
Comments about Product:
It is cute and it goes with the branch products.

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By michols123
FromSt Louis, MO
handmade metal leaf birdbath
Comments about Product:
This item is as striking in person as in the photo. I have it hanging from a garden hook which I purchased separately elsewhere. It hangs nicely and evenly. I use it as a birdbath in a small garden in front of the bedroom window. I fill it whenever I water the window boxes and garden. It holds probably about 2 cups of water with some room to spare. I would recommend this item. So far it has stood up to the rain wind and heat on a southern exposure.

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By Fancie Pants
FromCharleston, West Virginia
This birdbath rusts.
Comments about Product:
I would suggest that Plow and Hearth not advertise this as a bird bath - just a bird feeder.

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By Amy D
Very pretty
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Very pretty bird bath - nice addition to any garden. It was a bit tricky to assemble without directions, but I finally figured it out - theres a "ball" that screws off that you place the leaf into, and then screw back together - once you get it, it's all good.

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The Olla: A Brief History

Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.

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The use of ollas for irrigation was introduced to the American Southwest by Spanish conquistadors during Colonial times, becoming very common among Native American tribes and Hispanic settlers. Though the technique gave way to more modern methods of irrigation some time ago, its superior efficiency, coupled with its simplicity, has caused it to make a comeback. Though the technique has changed little since its introduction, today’s ollas are usually capped off, making them even more water-efficient.

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