Glass Barn Owl ornament sits on a rock
Group of Glass Barn Owls by The Glass Bakery Ltd
A shiny brown speckled glass owl sits on a log which is standing on moss. Behind is a dark forest.
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Barn Owl Perched Bird Ornament

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Brown and White speckled Barn Owl ornament.  A wise choice! Limited Production.

Description

Barn Owl (Tyto alba.  Limited Production. A bird with air of mystery, wisdom and magic!  Most people will remember their first owl! A great graduation gift, or for someone that works the Night Shift!  The natural, neutral tones of this bird fit many home decor colour schemes. The Barn Owl is one of the most widely distributed types of owls in the world, though they're a Species at Risk in some Canadian provinces.  Owls cards available too!

Details

Your owl is created entirely from glass - no paints, glazes or molds. The shape was designed and hand-cut, then layers of coloured crushed glass built up on the clear shape before firing the bird is in a kiln over many hours.  I initial each bird on his reverse. The bird comes with his own detachable log perch - simply slot the birds legs into the holes in the top side of the wood. 

  • Artisan Studio-Glass Handcrafted in Nova Scotia (no paints, glazes or molds)
  • Glass bird ornament complete with live edge log perch
  • Most Birds ship within a few business days
  • Size Approximately 4-5 " for adult, 3.5" for chick
  • Photos are for guidance only. Your bird will look very similar. Please expect minor variations in tone and shade due to the handcrafted, unique and whimsical nature of the work.
  • The direction the bird is facing will vary randomly
  • Because the birds are created using successive layering of glass, their detail is best seen from the front.