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WILDLIFE GARDEN Wall Hook Kookaburra


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Hand-carved Kookaburra Wall Hook by Wildlife Garden

  • Animal head hand-carved from lime wood
  • Hand-painted with non-toxic water-based acrylic paint
  • Hook metal
  • Dimensions: 11 x 5.5 x 5 cm
  • Weight: 0,065 kg
  • A booklet with information about the animal is included
  • Comes in a gift box with a window
  • Style Kookaburra

Description Wildlife Garden wall hook Kookaburra

Experience a slice of the Australian wilderness in your home with Wildlife Garden's hand-carved Kookaburra Wall Hook. Each hook is a unique work of art, echoing the Kookaburra's vibrant personality, known for its iconic laughter-like call. It adds charm without dominating your space.
Each head is crafted from lime wood and exhibits intricate detailing, replicating the bird's remarkable beak, feather patterns, eye stripes, and blue spots on the wings.
These unique features are vividly rendered using non-toxic, water-based acrylic paint, bringing its distinctive characteristics to life artistically.
The sturdy metal hook is practical and effortlessly holds school bags, jackets, towels or accessories.
The dimensions of the Kookaburra coat hook are 11 x 5.5 x 5 cm. Installation on your wall is a easy, thanks to the mounting plate located on the back of the bird's head.
Most impressive are ensembles of more than one Wildlife Garden animal head. For example, arrange a Koala, a Cockatoo and a Kangaroo along with the Kookaburra.


The hook is mounted to the wall with a metal screw (screw not included). For further instructions please see this PDF


Designed in Sweden / Hand-crafted in China

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    WILDLIFE GARDEN Wall Hook Australian Animals | Kookaburra

    Posted by Ben McKee on Sep 11th 2023