Handcrafted Hanging Leaf Feeder/Birdbath Is Beautifully Detailed
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 artisansmade from iron with an antiqued copper finishSize12-1/2"L x 9"W x 24"H
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
feeder or bird bath
from McHenry, Il.
It is cute and it goes with the branch products.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
handmade metal leaf birdbath
from St Louis, MO
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.
This birdbath rusts.
By Fancie Pants
from Charleston, West Virginia
I would suggest that Plow and Hearth not advertise this as a bird bath - just a bird feeder.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
By Amy D
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.