20 Eclectic Bird Baths
A birdbath is the epitome of classic garden décor. While they can serve as decorative garden sculptures, if set up correctly they can also provide some feathered friends a safe place to get a drink and rinse off. If you’re not sure which birdbaths are right for your garden and avian visitors, here are a few tips to get you on the right track: More
These colorful hand painted Talavera birdbaths can make your yard or garden spring to life. Each two-piece Mexican ceramic birdbath consist of a base and a top with three ceramic birds. Our Talavera garden pottery is handmade and hand painted by Mexico's talented potters. Many styles and colors are produced. Your birdbath will be chosen from our current assortment. Dimensions: 16" dia. x 26.5" h (not including the birds on the bowl)
Talavera Ceramic Birdbaths
My son loves to watch birds bathe in our driveway's puddles, but this gorgeous bird bath is much more interesting. Who wouldn't want to splash around in something so pretty?
I love the bright shiny glow if this birdbath. It sits on a wrought iron stake that almost melts into the flower bed while the enamel red bowl stands out like a flower.
I love the robin's egg blue glaze on this birdbath. I also love how cleverly this was designed. It is solar powered so no cords are needed and it has a hidden reservoir to replenish the water. It can go anywhere without worrying about power or a water source. I like it.
This organic birdbath seems delicate but is sturdy. It's small enough to fit in large containers on your patio or deck but interesting enough to be a focal point in your garden.
Bronzed Leaf Birdbath
Varied shades of metallic leaf fill the silhouettes of several species of birds of prey in these dark and distinctive art prints for the birder, the lover of nature, or the bold transitional decorator. The rectangular Tolstoy's Birds artworks are created in gleaming antiqued metal shades on panels of black paper which has been hand-deckled and floated on beds of linen within well-turned black frames. The effect is stunning: dramatic enough to catch the eye in any room.
I always try to have a birdbath in my yard. It’s fun to watch as they ruffle their feathers in the water. This mushroom style is truly garden art.
This rusted metal birdbath has a really unique look to it. The supporting legs look like dragonfly wings. That delicate design all comes together to create a fairy tale look that would be perfect nestled in a stand of wildflowers.
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