• Skandivis Born In Sweden Bird Feeder

Born In Sweden Bird Feeder

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The Ideal gift for all bird lovers!

Birds and lovers of good design will flock to this award winning bird feeder! It is produced from recyclable plastic, and can be mounted on any smooth window pane. The materials are very strong and can cope with extreme temperatures as well as UV rays. It is designed for small birds and features a drainage hole at the base of the bowl. The window mounted bird feeder, comes in a beautiful box and would make a perfect gift.

  • Material: Recyclable plastic.
  • Size: Diameter: 11.5 cm
  • Designed By: Pascal Charmolu


Swedish Design, Awarded Design Plus 2009


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