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Please note, this Magpie cannot be shipped express overnight; This sculpture is made to order and will take a week to ship.

The Magpie with its striking black and white plumage and its immediately recognisable song is found in every Australian backyard. Represented here in a typical singing pose, this hand-carved bird gives a true representation of the Magpie's unique character and personality. The body of the bird is made from sustainable Camphor Laurel and the head from resin, the whole hand carved and painted. Designed to stand singly or in any combination of the three available poses, they are a delight to the eye.

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Dimensions*:
Height 32cm x Width 9cm x Length 31cm
Weight*:
0.7kg

Where to buy

02 6645 1702
Direct From Manufacturer

Australian Woodwork
45B Wharf St
MACLEAN, New South Wales 2463


* All products may not be available at all stores, countries and regions.

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Australian Woodwork

45B Wharf St
MACLEAN, New South Wales 2463

Phone: 02 6645 1702

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