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Recycled material hummingbird feeder - Green

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This gorgeous little hummingbird feeder is made up of about 90% recycled material. You can feel good not only because you are feeding our feathered friends but also being good to the environment.

The nectar reserve is from hand blown glass from discarded wine bottles, which is just beautiful in the sunlight! The hanger is made of salvaged copper wire.

All the red flowers are separate and handblown glass pieces and that can be removed for easy cleaning.

Due to the recycled nature of the glass, bubbling, color and folding of the glass surface makes each piece unique and lends to the beauty of individuality. The feeder you buy may not be the exact one photographed for the listing, but will be very similar in shape and size. Each hummingbird feeder varies in size but is usually about 5 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide (including wire hanger) and hold about 1 and a quarter to one and a half cup of hummingbird food.

This feeder is made to order and will take 1-2 days for creation. This item ships USPS Priority mail inside the USA and should arrive in 2-4 days after creation.

A cobalt blue version of this listing can be found at http://www.etsy.com/listing/79825563/recycled-material-hummingbird-feeder

Recycled material hummingbird feeder - Green

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: recycled glass, glass, wire
  • Made to order
  • Only ships to United States from New York, United States.
  • Feedback: 224 reviews
  • Favorited by: 418 people