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Pieces from an old kitchen floor and 3 different types of fencing converge to create this unusual birdhouse.

Soon the birds will be searching for suitable housing to raise their young. They will love this rustic but stylish abode. The barbed wire offers various twisted perches from which they can survey their territory.

I used a discarded cedar plank from an old fence, a length of rusty barbed wire, a couple chunks of vintage linoleum, an old electric fence insulator and an antique square nail.

Overall it measures about 21” tall. The wooden structure is 10” tall and the hole is 1-1/4” diameter.

My sculptures are created using as much re-claimed, re-purposed, salvaged and found materials as possible. I hope to make the world a little better place, turning unwanted junk into art.

The Shipping cost stated below is the United States I will be happy to ship to other countries, but the shipping costs will depend upon where it’s to be shipped.

I will be glad to combine shipping when possible; all depending upon what items are being combined. Contact me and we will figure it out.


PLEASE NOTE: My sculptures are created using real barbed wire and the barbs are sharp and may poke you. In buying one of my items you acknowledge this fact and hold me blameless for any damage caused by the item to you or those around you. Thanks

Luscious Vintage Linoleum Roofed Birdhouse

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: rustic wood, barbed wire, vintage linoleum, insulator, square nail
  • Only ships to United States from Montana, United States.
  • Feedback: 504 reviews
  • Favorited by: 28 people