This handcrafted horseshoe hummingbird has been specifically designed and created to be displayed outdoors with a wind chime or bird/hummingbird feeder hanging from it. This version of our hanging hummingbird is substantially larger and is generously proportioned to withstand the elements. These hummingbirds are my original design and individually handcrafted.
This stunning hummingbird sculpture is perfect for the hummingbird lover in your life, and it's a timeless gift for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, Mother's Day, or just because.
The amazing colors on the hummingbird are created with heat and Jason’s welding process, and the technique is called fire or flame painting. No two are ever exactly alike! The sculptures are treated with a clear coating to lock in the colors of each sculpture.
There is a hanger attached to the top of the hummingbird to hang your piece as you wish from your desired spot. It measures approximately 12.5" from beak to tail, 9.5" tall with attached hangers, and has approximately a 10.25" wingspan.
Each one is unique due to handcrafting, welding, and the availability of materials. No recreation will ever be identical, but the overall design/look will be very similar.
Images shown are of previous creations.
Made Upon Order:
When this creation is not ready made for immediate adoption, you will be given the "Made Upon Order" button instead of the "Add to Cart" or "Buy Now" buttons. This helps to designate a creation or variant (color, style, size) of a creation that will made just for you after you place your order.
Your hummingbird would be made upon your order with an estimated 5 week completion time, depending on our current order load at the time you place your order.
Please note, if you order both a ready made item and a made upon order item, your order will not be fulfilled or shipped until all creations are ready.
What a pretty hummingbird feeder hanger. My feeder had a loop not a hook but added a "S" hook and all good. The size is perfect so you can see from inside as the hummingbirds are eating.