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Kalalou - SET OF FOUR RECYCLED WOOD FOLK ART FISH - A5688

Kalalou - SET OF FOUR RECYCLED WOOD FOLK ART FISH - A5688

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Handcrafted in Haiti by skilled artisans, this enchanting set of four recycled wood fish sculptures is a delightful addition to any coastalthemed space. Each fish is meticulously crafted from ecofriendly recycled wood, showcasing its unique wood grain and imperfections that add to its charm. The vibrant handpainted designs are inspired by traditional Haitian folk art, featuring intricate patterns and bold colors that celebrate the country's rich cultural heritage. These fish sculptures are not just decorative pieces but also serve a functional purpose. Each fish has two sturdy metal hooks on the back, making them easy to hang on walls, fences, or even in outdoor spaces like gardens or patios. Whether displayed individually or as a cohesive group, these fish sculptures are sure to transform any wall into a captivating underwater scene.

Dimensions


Length 3 inches
Width 3 inches
Height 24 inches

Specifications


Material Recycled Wood
Finish Distressed Paint
Color Multicolored
Set includes 4 fish sculptures
Care Instructions Wipe clean with a dry cloth
Brand Kalalou
Product Type Wall Décor

Features and Benefits


1. Handcrafted in Haiti, supporting local artisans and sustainable practices.
2. Crafted from recycled wood, promoting environmental consciousness.
3. Vibrant handpainted designs showcase Haitian folk art traditions.
4. Two metal hooks on each fish for easy wall hanging.
5. Adds a unique and colorful touch to any wall space.
6. Ideal for nature lovers, art enthusiasts, and those who appreciate handcrafted décor.

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