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Ceramic Bird Garland- Two Stoneware Birds and Beads

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Here is a black bird vertical garland for your house or garden.
I hand sculpted each bird and beads in black stoneware, painted the details is white, and fired in the kiln twice to make them durable and let the stoneware mature to its deep black hue.
The miniatures are left unglazed, so the stoneware shows its volcanic-like texture and gives this garland an organic and contemporary feel.

The garland consists of two birds and two beads, and each one is unique -just like real birds!- as they are hand formed using no moulds. I used a durable hemp cord for the garland: it has a loop on one end and it is ready to hung from a tree, door handle, or a simple nail.

This is a perfect garland for indoor/outdoor use. Let these little birds keep you company wherever you want: they will surely brighten up your day every time you look at them.

These garlands make beautiful and original gifts, perfect for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, and any other occasion. This listing is for the garland pictured (image #1 and #2) and it is ready to ship. It's 9" long and birds measure 1.5 in length.

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Ceramic Bird Garland- Two Stoneware Birds and Beads


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: clear glaze, underglazes, clay
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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