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View this item and discover similar for sale at 1stdibs - Antique French birdcage, married to a wrought iron plantstand. Beautiful color, patina and charm.
White birdcage French farmhouse Large wood and wire shabby | Etsy
White birdcage French farmhouse Large wood and wire shabby decor 38 inches tall Anita Spero This is a huge bird cage! I did it in white and heavily distressed it. The colors underneath are a grayish-blue and brown tone. Fantastic display piece as you can fill it with anything from book stacks to a large statue. Very dramatic piece! 15" by 15", 38" tall I also have a black one for sale. See my listings.
Church Birdcage, mid-19th century
Birdcage (a) of wooden slats, dowels and metal wire in the form of a church with peaked roof; walls of clerestory-like gothic style arches; at one end a rectangular bell tower with three large, circular, painted clock faces, and door with inverted heart-shape perforation. Wood and sheet metal under tray (b) pulls out at left side. Small loop handle of brass on roof.
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Glass terrarium wardian case with metal base and lift off lid. Great terrarium that comes in three pieces. Top lifts off by rings for access and the base is metal. There is rust on the inside and outside of the case. I am not sure of the age of this but it is not an antique. The company stopped making this many years ago. Very well made and a great table top size. Looks terrific with orchids inside. Wardian case measures 11 3/4" wide x 19 1/4 Long x 25" tall at the peak. Because this…
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Antique birdcages are great decorative accents- not only do they look fantastic, they are multi-purpose too. Of course, if you'd like to use them for their original purpose, by all means go ahead. But, if the idea of taking care of a pet bird is not your thing, then why not consider using a birdcage as a display case (as in the home above). What better way in which to display your cabinet of curiosities? Or, you could leave them empty, as in the photo below. Either way, these little…