A little birdy told me you were looking for the perfect water feature for your outdoor living space. A traditional ceramic birdbath style fountain provides an inviting accent in your quaint country cottage garden while gently circulating fresh water for your feathered friends. Water bubbles from beneath the adorable glazed ceramic bird before cascading into the basin below, filling your backyard with the peaceful sound of trickling water. The durable two-toned glazed teal adds a chic, trendy touch to the traditional profile for a look that's as fashionable and colorful as you are - perfect for your rustic cottage chic décor or flowery backyard garden.
Height: 27.25 inches
•Width: 16.13 inches
•Length: 16.13 inches
•Weight: 22 pounds
- Chic birdbath-style fountain: water bubbles from a teal glazed ceramic bird accent and spills into the basin below to circulate fresh water for winged visitors in your garden
- Two tone glazed teal finish: durable finish can withstand harsh wind and rain while maintaining its artfully glazed teal color for years to come
- Thermal sensitive pumps: our dynamic thermal-sensitive pumps automatically shut off when the water level is too low to cool the pump, saving energy and preventing pump damage over time
- Easy access pump: routine pump maintenance and water flow adjustments can be made without draining the fountain thanks to the easy access pump
- Cord length: waterproof power cord is ul listed and stretches 8 feet from the base of the fountain to the plug
||16 in. x 16 in. x 27 in.
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