Cast from an array of 19th c. Audubon architecture, the abodes run the gamut from cottages to cages. Victorians were preoccupied with housing the feathered fellows and would craft elaborate Queen Anne mansions in miniature, often commissioned to mimic a residence. Early birdhouses were referred to as "nesting boxes" while ornamental birdcages hosted a canary's melody in the parlour.
- Ranges from 1-2".
- Painted pewter.
from California, U.S.
March 28, 2016
Love my birdhouse magnets. One did arrive damaged, missing the magnet that stuck to the metal board. I bought super glue and fixed it. First time ever having any problem with an order. Still a 5-star rating. Love the product. No damages before this.
from North Carolina
April 12, 2016
These were more adorable than expected!
from Mt Clemens mi
April 19, 2016
These little birdhouse magnets are so, so cute. Perfect for Springtime or bird lovers. I love the vintage look they have. Very heavy and sturdy, hold papers up on the fridge very well.Quite happy I got them.
from Litchfield, CT
April 20, 2016
I ordered these little birdhouse magnets to give as small gifts for friends. They are a big hit!
from Central Virginia
April 29, 2016
These magnets are absolutely precious. I ordered them to give as a gift to a friend who is a bird lover and I am delighted to give these to her. They are so delightful that I am pondering ordering a set for myself!They arrive on a metal plate which gives me a lot of creative ideas for using them aside from putting them on a refrigerator or such. The metal plate could be put on a cute, small easel or place card holder allowing the magnets to be a cute tabletop or desk decoration while also being useful for holding reminders or such.