Byers' Choice Colonial Flower Woman Caroler Figurine-5214W-Colonial Williamsburg Collection-2014

Bird feeders in Colonial days were quite different compared to those from modern times. Clay bottles hung under the eaves of colonial homes. The bottles had a tab with a small hole at the base of the entry area that held a twig that encouraged small birds to perch and linger. Though it's tempting to attribute their use to an enthusiasm for bird watching, bird bottles served a more practical purpose: nesting birds made ideal insect control around homes, kitchens, and stables! Byers' Choice Caroler figurines are handcrafted in Bucks County, PA – Proudly Made in the USA. The Carolers are an American Holiday Tradition that have been sharing Christmas Memories with families since 1978.

Colonial Flower Woman

13” Tall

This Colonial Flower Woman loves Spring and the singing of the winter-resident birds is among the first signs that Spring is around the corner. She carries a traditional clay bird bottle, which has made a happy home for small birds since 1699.

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Colonial Flower Woman

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