Antike Graffiti ag-17005 geflammter Kupfer Kolibri Garten Ornament – Mehrfarbig
- Maßnahmen 15,2 cm L x 3,8 cm B x 76,2 cm H
- Erstellt mit natürlichen Materialien und umweltfreundlichen Prinzipien
- Schafft eine künstlerische verblenden von Ihrem Stil und Garten Umwelt
- Der Natur inspirierten Geschenke
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Ancient Graffiti flamed copper hummingbird garden ornament. This nature-inspired gift and accessory for your garden is created using natural materials. Handcrafted to create an item that is handsome, built to last, and of good value. This item is made using honest materials such as wood, clay, iron, copper, stone, and brass. Measures 6-inch l x 1.5-inch w x 30-inch h
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It came with no packaging, was wrapped a piece of plastic and thrown in a big cardboard box with just some brown paper to protect it. The box itself was not damaged, but the dragonfly stake was warped and the dragonfly wings and antenna were bent. The wing were squished together and bent in and downward. The antenna was bent at a 90 degree angle at the base, which made no sense and I couldn't fix. I was able to bend the wings back, but I was afraid the metal would break when I was doing it. It didn't, but it looks warped and like it got squished then someone tried to un-squish it. I didn't even try to fix the stake.
In the image online it appears to be a vibrant copper color (presumably made at least in part of copper or copper alloy). In real life, the color is brownish yellow and not copper, and it is dull and not bright. It sort of reminds me of a mud puddle.
The size listed online does seem to be accurate though.
Overall... this is cheaply made, ugly and crap, and I'm returning it.
And it is not packed well for shipping. Mine arrived with the dragonfly smushed and the stake bent. I was able to very gently un-smush the dragonfly wings (the antennae will never be spread as wide as in the picture, but at least now they're not pressed together), but the 20 degree bend in the stake is very stubborn.